Square Feet: Tenants Gaining Advantage in Market for Manhattan’s Prime Buildings

The pendulum has swung from landlords to tenants, who are now being offered incentives like prebuilt office space to fill empty spaces and short-term lease renewals.

Kansas City’s Power and Light Building Awaits New Role

The 81-year-old Power and Light Building in Kansas City is no longer viable as office space, but some developers say it has potential as apartments or a hotel.

In San Francisco, Tech Firms Happy With ‘B’ Office Space

The U.S. office market is in an era of sluggish growth, as noted in today’s paper. Just not in San Francisco, where fast-growing tech firms are gobbling up space, pushing office rents up.

Office Sector Shows Sluggish Growth

San Francisco saw office rents rise faster than any other U.S. market in the second quarter, but the pace of growth in occupied U.S. office space slowed slightly, according to a report from Reis.

Brookfield Goes Building Shopping, from Seattle to London

Brookfield Office Properties owns more than 18 million square of office space in Manhattan. But that’s not where it’s been buying lately.