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Office Vacancy Rate Inches Up in S.F. Despite Leasing Activity

Office Vacancy Rate Inches Up in S.F. Despite Leasing Activity

Having ticked over 20 percent in the second quarter of the year, the effective office vacancy rate in San Francisco has inched up another 40 basis points (0.4 percentage points) to 20.5 percent, which represents 17.5 million square feet of vacant office space in the city, with 6.8 million... Read More »

East Bay Office Vacancy Rate Ticks Up to 17.9 Percent

East Bay Office Vacancy Rate Ticks Up to 17.9 Percent

The office vacancy rate in the East Bay, not including Walnut Creek or further east, ticked up to 17.9 percent at the end of September, which includes 4.6 million square feet of un-leased space and 1.2 million square feet of space which has been leased but is sitting vacant... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Nearing 18 Percent

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Nearing 18 Percent

With the office vacancy rate in San Francisco having ticked over 20 percent, with over 17 million square feet of vacant space, the vacancy rate for office space in the East Bay, not including Walnut Creek or further east, has ticked up from 16.8 in the first quarter of... Read More »

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

As we outlined yesterday, there is over 17 million square feet of vacant office space now spread across San Francisco, which is up from around 16 million square feet of vacant space three months ago and as compared to under 5 million square feet of vacant space at the... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate in San Francisco Ticks Over 20 Percent

Office Vacancy Rate in San Francisco Ticks Over 20 Percent

With all COIVD-era restrictions on office building occupancy rates having been eliminated last month, the effective office vacancy rate in San Francisco has ticked up to 20.1 percent, representing over 17 million square feet of vacant office space, with 7.76 million square feet of space which is technically leased... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Nearing 17 Percent

Office Vacancy Rate in the East Bay Nearing 17 Percent

With the office vacancy rate in San Francisco nearing 19 percent, with nearly 16 million square feet of vacant space, the vacancy rate for office space in the East Bay, not including Walnut Creek or further east, has ticked up to 16.8 percent, with 4.3 million square feet of... Read More »

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

Visualizing All the Vacant Office Space in San Francisco

As we outlined last week, there is nearly 16 million square feet of vacant office space now spread across San Francisco, which is up from around 14 million square feet of vacant space three months ago and as compared to under 5 million square feet of vacant space at the... Read More »

Office Vacancy Rate Continues to Climb in San Francisco

Office Vacancy Rate Continues to Climb in San Francisco

In addition to 7.87 million square feet of un-leased office space now spread across the city of San Francisco, which is up from 6.7 million square feet of un-leased space just three months ago, there is now another 7.99 million square feet of office space which has been leased... Read More »

Rents in San Francisco Are Not on the Rise, at Least Not Yet

Rents in San Francisco Are Not on the Rise, at Least Not Yet

Despite some recent misreports in the media, apartment rents in San Francisco haven’t started to rebound, at least not yet. In fact, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment in the city is still holding at around $3,100 month, which is down 22 percent on a year-over-year basis... Read More »

Listing Activity for Rentals in San Francisco Drops, But…

Listing Activity for Rentals in San Francisco Drops, But…

As we outlined last week, leasing activity across a sample of ten (10) of the larger apartment buildings we’re tracking in San Francisco has ticked up, driving the average vacancy rate for the cross section of 3,600 units down to around 7.5 percent, driven by aggressive discounting and incentives... Read More »