Q2 2014 Pittsburgh Industrial Market Report
Q2 2014 Pittsburgh Still Positive
Although deal volume in the second quarter was not as robust as the first, activity remained brisk. The expectation is that the third quarter will bring more transactions from the tenants and buyers currently scouring the market. Scouring is the appropriate term given the only potential impediment to increased activity is the lack of quality options for users to move on.
The stats point to a marginal decrease in absorption of 233,000 square feet yet for the calendar year, we are still 600,000 square feet positive. The expectation is that the third quarter will be back on the right side of the ledger, particularly with the early quarter announcement by Amazon that they are leasing the 200,000 square feet of remaining space in 2250 Roswell Drive. This leaves only two quality availabilities in excess of 100,000 square feet remaining in the Greater Pittsburgh market.
Posted on August 15, 2014, in Economy, Industrial and tagged Colliers International | Pittsburgh, Commercial Real Estate, Industrial, market report, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Industrial Market Report, Research. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Q2 2014 Pittsburgh Industrial Market Report.