Tenant improvement allowances at Manhattan’s trophy office towers nearly 3x pre-recession levels While concessions climb, asking rents remain below 2008 peak
Midtown East (credit: Wikimedia Commons)
Asking rents for Midtown trophy office towers still haven’t climbed back to their pre-recession peak, but tenant-improvement work letters landlords dangle to get deals done are nearly triple what
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Midtown asking rents for prime Manhattan towers are $107 per square foot, still shy of the $111-per-square-foot peak hit in 2008, according to JLL figures reported by the Wall Street Journal.
Tenant-improvement allowances, on the other hand, were $87.27 per square foot in the third quarter for Midto
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上海同城对对碰交友社区 n the range of 2,000 to 10,000 square feet is helping to drive tenant-allowance increases, according to JLL’s Cynthia Wasserberger.
“To attract tenants and remove the hurdle to relocating, which is the capital cost to build out space, landlords are continuing to build out space,” she said. ”When one does it, it becomes the rising tide until now it becomes the norm.”
The increase in concessions in the top of the market is indicative of a broader rise across all buildings. Manhatt
爱上海同城对对碰 an landlords spent $173 a square foot on free rent and tenant allowances in the first quarter of the year, up nearly 14 percent from $151.93 a square foot in 2015, according to Savills Studley. [WSJ] – Rich Bockmann
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