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Making a ‘B’ Line for Downtown Space

Class B vacancy rates are down in downtown New Haven, but "/#there">there for the reasons one might imagine.

“The obvious explanation for the recent popularity of the more affordable Class B office space would be that tenants, suffering the effects of a prolonged economic slump, have tightened their belts and migrated into less expensive quarters,” reports John Keogh of Colliers International, in his first-quarter 2013 market report, which tracks 59 office properties. “It makes sense, but it isn’t true.”

The reality is Class A space has grown with the departure and/or contraction of companies like AT&T and the United Illuminating Co. as well as the conversion of many downtown Class B buildings to residential use, a "http://traclabs.com/psd/buy//#generic_">generic continuing with the recent purchase of 205 Church Street by a New York developer with plans for at least 100 apartments.

 
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Pearce’s Top Producers

Pearce’s Top Producers

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Good Deed-Doers

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Former Curagen HQ Sold

Former Curagen HQ Sold

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Red Cross Sells Building

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OR&L Closes Two Deals

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R.E. Firm Buys R.E.

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Grand Ave. Apts. Bought

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Micali Ranges Far & Wide

Micali Ranges Far & Wide

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Drivers-Ed Co. Buys Condo

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