Niches and submarkets determine demand

April 2008
Inside Tucson Business;4/14/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 45, Special section p10
The article focuses on the overall performance of Tucson, Arizona's office market. This market is continuing its evolution from homogeneous marketplace to a complicated collection of submarkets and niches. Although economic growth will be at a slower rate, the city's office market is in much healthier shape than many other U.S. markets. The author says that the year may not set records for absorption in the office market, but it will still be envied by many other markets in the future.


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