According to Colliers, 2,411,525 square feet of commercial sublease space is currently on the market in San Francisco, down 248,159 square feet over the past 30 days but once again driven by withdrawn listings rather than absorption (negative 89,527 square feet).
The percentage of space available for sublease that is currently vacant is 53 percent.
San Francisco’s Commercial Sublease Snapshot: October 2009 [SocketSite]

One thought on “San Francisco’s Commercial Sublease Snapshot: November 2009”
  1. lower my asking prices? hell no! prosperity is just around the corner! and anyways, I can just wait for the Great CRE Bailout of 2010!

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