Orlando office market reports

Q2 2024

The Orlando unemployment rate decreased by 30 basis points since last quarter to 2.9%, remaining lower than the national average of 4.0%. Noteworthy growth has occurred in specific sectors, with Leisure and Hospitality employment increasing 2.2% and Education and Health Services increasing 2.1% year-over-year. Meanwhile, Financial Activities employment experienced a 2.1% decrease over that same time.

Large block sublease availabilities

Sublease availabilities account for 20.3% of all 118 large block availabilities in Orlando.


Class B average asking rent

The average direct FS asking rent for Class B buildings currently sits at $24.00, a 20% discount compared to Class A buildings.


Percent of top-tier large leases

Trophy and Class A buildings have attracted large tenants, accounting for 74.1% of all leases over 10,000 square feet.

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