It may not be a particularly compelling mantra, but it is a fact: We’re No. 4.
The economic analysis concluding that 2005 was one of the best-ever years in metro Phoenix’s commercial real estate market is music to David E. Sellers’ ears because it matches his company’s own performance.
When Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin started looking for downtown office space in preparation for the 2006 expiration of its lease at the Laclede Gas Building, there weren’t many options.
The Peninsula is prospering.
The metro Phoenix office market in 2006 should continue the improvement shown in 2005 because demand is up, vacancy rates are slipping, and the market is one of the most popular in the nation, according to new reports.