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Ironically, Calgary’s real estate market, when looking strictly at the numbers, had an almost forgettable second quarter. Instead of seeing the typical market fluctuations produced by the volume of tenants and landlords transacting on new leases, nearly all businesses have pressed the pause button, along with the rest of the world, while we sort out what to make of the first global pandemic in a century.
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Q&A with Gillian Baikie from Cresa Workspace, Planning, Design, & Support on the HUB and Spoke Model.
Jim Underhill arguing that people are not going back—at least, not to the office life we had, with hundreds or thousands of employees showing up at the same building every day, often to be squeezed into a densely packed, open-plan office. “Call it a de-consolidation of space, rather than having everyone come into one massive office in the cities, though they will remain the hub,” he told Quartz.
Houston's industrial market was arguably the strongest real estate sector in the city prior to COVID-19. But a wave of unleased spec development is threatening to shoot vacancy upward. What does this mean for occupiers? Download our latest market report to learn more.
The Portland office market began showing signs of slowing down in Q1 2020, even before the COVID situation escalated, and Q2 2020 has indicated significant drops in leasing activity.