San Jose - Silicon Valley industrial real estate market reports

Q1 2022: A rebound feels to be in full effect throughout the Silicon Valley. 

While the office sector experiences uncertainty with available direct and sublease space increasing, the industrial sector tells a completely different story. Drastically decreasing vacancy and increasing rents in the industrial sector point to continued long-term confidence in the region. 

1.2 msf

Net absorption 

 Net absorption in the Silicon Valley continues to rebound with the highest positive absorption since the beginning of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

205 msf


While existing inventory stayed stagnant from Q4 2021, there are 3.6m sf of construction in the pipeline.



Silicon Valley vacancy is continuing a trend of 4 consecutive quarters of decreasing vacancy.  

14.2 msf


Total available square footage has decrease for 4 consecutive quarters and has reached its lowest point since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Direct asking rates

As vacancy rates have declined Silicon Valley base rents have rebounded significantly. 


Investment sales

While per sf prices have continued to rise, sales volumes in Q1 2022 decreased noticeably. 

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