Arlington's stable office market Arlington's stable office market https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=168992017-07-06T05:00:00Z2017-07-06T20:00:00Z

​ARLINGTON – ​Arlington does not have any skyscrapers under construction or any 1 million-sf corporate relocations. Most headlines about the city’s real estate revolve around Texas Live! or the new Rangers stadium. 

Front side of 2401 East Randol Mill rd office building in ArlingtonBut brokers say the office submarket is blissfully stable.

“The Arlington office market has been underappreciated and under-noticed for quite some time,” Justin Smith​, TXRE Properties founding partner, said. 

“Employers can draw well-qualified staff from Dallas-Fort Worth and the mid-cities markets, but pay $10 per sf less in rent, or $20 per sf less compared to Uptown or Legacy.”

The total Arlington office market spans 7.5 million sf and has an occupancy of just more than 85 percent as of 4Q 2016, according to JLL research. ​
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​Want more data? See DFW Office Market Research. ​​

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