The average asking rent in Metro Phoenix reached $24.91 per square foot (Full Service Gross) in in the first quarter of 2017. Asking rents have increased 4.9 percent from one year ago and have surged 22.8 percent since 2012.
Phoenix asking rents are still 7.1 percent below the pre-recession peak of $26.82 set in 2007 but are expected to continue to increase in the foreseeable future.
Home to one of the most affordable office markets in the West, Phoenix is 66.1 percent less expensive than San Francisco, 46.1 percent lower than Silicon Valley, 37.3 percent below Los Angeles and 21.1 percent more affordable than San Diego.
Source: JLL Research
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About the author
Keeley Byer is a market research analyst for the JLL Phoenix office. With four years of market research experience and eight years of commercial real estate technology experience, he continually tracks and analyzing trends affecting the Phoenix Metro commercial real estate market.