Office vacancy declined in 2016 in Prince George's County

Office Vacancy Declined in 2016 for Prince George’s County

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Over the course of 2016, office vacancy declined in Prince George’s County and in turn, average quoted rental rates have risen steadily.

 It was a year for the Prince George’s County office market. Office vacancy declined steadily every quarter, from 19.2% at the beginning of 2016 to 18.8% by year end. Based on 5-year averages and known construction activity, office vacancy is expected to drop to 17% by the end of 2017. Average full service rental rates increased in 2016, from $20.96 in Q1 to $21.43 in Q4.

A total of 114 office sale transactions were completed in 2016. These transactions totaled 2,597,862 square feet and $168,786,687 in sales volume. Many new owners plan on investing substantial capital into their assets to retain and attract tenants. For leasing, over 153 full service leases were completed, representing 530,820 square feet. One of the largest lease deals of 2016 was with the growing tech-education company, 2U Inc. They are in the process of relocating into 252,950 square feet they leased at 4900 Harkins Road in the Lanham/New Carrollton area.

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