For the first time in the last four quarters, the Pittsburgh office market vacancy has increased. The Pittsburgh office market vacancy
rate for the first quarter of 2013 was 8.0%; 10 basis points above the prior quarter and 380 basis points lower than the national average of 11.8%. Class A office space vacancy remained unchanged from the prior quarter at a rate of 6.3%. Class B office space reported a vacancy rate of 9.3% which is a 30 basis point increase from the prior quarter. Class C office space increased by 10 basis points to a rate of 7.3%. As expected from the ascending vacancy trend, the average asking price per square foot dropped 1.4% to a rate of $18.49.
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