Orlando office market reports
Orlando’s office market continues to experience growth in sublease availability as companies resize their footprints for hybrid work. However, the downsizing trend has resulted in the slowest quarter of the post-Covid era for leasing activity. Investment sales struggled during the first quarter, with $9.75 million in sales volume.
Class A absorption
Sublease availability is continuing to increase among class A office buildings, with 43% of the 82 large blocks being sublease spaces.
Office leasing activity slowed to the second-weakest amount since 2008, down 34.9% from 2008 to the first quarter of 2020, and down 43.4% from post-Covid averages.
Office investments have continued to lag amid rising interest rates and lending challenges, with 2023’s annual volume on pace to match the 2011 to 2012 average.
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