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CBRE's Texas Triangle trio: DFW, Houston, Austin office CBRE's Texas Triangle trio: DFW, Houston, Austin office https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=145742016-09-20T05:00:00Z2016-09-20T22:10:00Z

​​​TEXAS - The three Lone Star office markets move within 60 degrees of separation to form a distinct 180-degree geographic triangle that is as varied and large as the state of Texas itself, according to CBRE’s Texas Triangle Office Market​ report. 

The Texas Triangle office market—comprised of Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth and Austin—totals nearly a half billion sf.

Yet the inventory cycles within Texas’ signature city skylines are vastly different, driven by a wide and diverse set of influences.

  • A wave of corporate headquarter relocations is creating Texas-sized demand in the DFW Metroplex. 
  • In Austin, high-tech job growth is transforming the Texas capital into a metro with a vibrant 18- hour city core. 
  • And in Houston, a saturated construction pipeline has overlapped with a precipitous oil glut, leading to an office market currently facing some Texas-tough challenges.​
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​Click to see CBRE's full Texas Triangle Office Markets Sept. 2016 (PDF).

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