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Featured Reports

Featured Reports

Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton Publications

Q3. 2018 Office

Posted: November 2018

Edmonton’s Q3 Market Beats: Office. Economy: Edmonton continues to show strong growth through the third quarter of 2018 as manufacturing climbed across the province, unemployment has dropped...

Q3. 2018 Industrial

Posted: November 2018

Economy: Edmonton continues to show strong growth through the third quarter of 2018 as manufacturing climbed across the province, unemployment has dropped 2.0% over the course of the past year, and...

Q2. 2018 – Industrial Market Beat

Posted: August 2018

Q2. 2018 Industrial Market Beat – Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton. Edmonton’s industrial market has continued to improve, with a decrease in vacancy of 50 basis points from last quarter to...

Should a, Could a, Would a…Commercial Real Estate Decisions in a Down Market

Posted: January 2016

If you have a magic crystal ball, and you know when oil is going to hit bottom, when commercial real estate prices will be at its lowest and when the economy will start a turn towards growth, this...

Alberta’s Silver Lining

Posted: January 2015

With the continuous slide of oil prices, a gloomy picture has been painted for the Alberta economy. This pessimistic forecast has created unnecessary unrest among the consumers, businesses and the...

Featured Market Publications

Q1. 2019 Industrial

Posted: May 2019

It was a slow start for Edmonton’s industrial market as the overall vacancy rate stabilized at 5.9% and the lease vacancy rate remained unchanged from last quarter at 5.4%.

Q1. 2019 Capital Markets

Posted: April 2019

Unlike the impressive start seen at the beginning of 2018, this year has started slowly with 129 sales transactions only valued at close to $560M, which is 20.4% lower year-over-year, and the lowest...

Q1. 2019 Office

Posted: April 2019

Overall vacancy was unchanged from last quarter, remaining at 14.5%, and has declined by 120 basis points year-over-year. Downtown Edmonton vacancy saw an increase of 110 basis points from last...

Q4. 2018 Industrial

Posted: January 2019

Edmonton’s industrial market experienced slower growth than anticipated in the fourth quarter of 2018, as lease vacancy increased to 5.4% from 4.5% last quarter.

Q4. 2018 Office

Posted: January 2019

It was a strong finish to 2018 for Edmonton’s office market as vacancy declined to 14.5% and absorption posted strong gains. The vacancy decline was largely driven by significant leasing activity...

Q4. 2018 Capital Markets

Posted: January 2019

2018 finished with an impressive total of 484 sales transactions in Edmonton valued at $3.5 billion, one of the highest transaction volume totals seen in the past decade. Overall total value of...