looking to find out how many square feet of class A office space is an a city? any ideas please? thank you.

The north shore area of Boston
In General Area - Asked by howard k. - Feb 2, 2017
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Juanita A.
Hallandale, FL

Since the qualification of class A is subjective, maybe a better approach is to look at rates actually being paid and categorize them in ranges, so you determine what you consider class A space, and from there, compare with rented and available space at that price range. Try to adjust for tenant incentives, etc.

Feb 3, 2017
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