flexiblefullpage -
billboard - default
interstitial1 - interstitial
catfish1 - bottom
Currently Reading

2016’s top 10 states for commercial development

Market Data

2016’s top 10 states for commercial development

Three new states creep into the top 10 while first and second place remain unchanged.


By Daid Malone, Associate Editor | April 13, 2017

Pixabay Public Domain

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recently released its annual study “Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate” in which it details the development, construction, and ongoing operations of new commercial real estate in the U.S.

The study shows office, industrial, warehouse, and retail real estate development supported 6.25 million American jobs and contributed $861 billion to U.S. GDP in 2016. Between 2011 and October 2016, construction spending increased 48.7% and was a key factor in the economy’s growth in 2016. For the year ending in October 2016, total construction spending was up 3.4%.

Office and Warehouse spending increased by 28.7% and 12.7% respectively from 2015. Retail spending decreased 7 percent from gains of 8.2% in 2015. Industrial spending decreased significantly for the second straight year, down 29.9% from 2015.

Of the top 10 states by construction value (office, industrial, warehouse, and retail), only three (New York, Texas, and Florida) remained in the same position as 2015. New York was once again first on the list with $24.8 billion in direct spending and $46.05 billion in total output. Texas wasn’t far behind with $18.5 billion in direct spending and $44.3 billion in total output. Florida once again took the fifth position on the list.

 

 

To view the full report, click here.

Related Stories

MFPRO+ Research | Feb 27, 2024

Most competitive rental markets of early 2024

The U.S. rental market in early 2024 is moderately competitive, with apartments taking an average of 41 days to find tenants, according to the latest RentCafe Market Competitivity Report.

Construction Costs | Feb 22, 2024

K-12 school construction costs for 2024

Data from Gordian breaks down the average cost per square foot for four different types of K-12 school buildings (elementary schools, junior high schools, high schools, and vocational schools) across 10 U.S. cities.

Student Housing | Feb 21, 2024

Student housing preleasing continues to grow at record pace

Student housing preleasing continues to be robust even as rent growth has decelerated, according to the latest Yardi Matrix National Student Housing Report.

Architects | Feb 21, 2024

Architecture Billings Index remains in 'declining billings' state in January 2024

Architecture firm billings remained soft entering into 2024, with an AIA/Deltek Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score of 46.2 in January. Any score below 50.0 indicates decreasing business conditions.

Multifamily Housing | Feb 14, 2024

Multifamily rent remains flat at $1,710 in January

The multifamily market was stable at the start of 2024, despite the pressure of a supply boom in some markets, according to the latest Yardi Matrix National Multifamily Report.

Student Housing | Feb 13, 2024

Student housing market expected to improve in 2024

The past year has brought tough times for student housing investment sales due to unfavorable debt markets. However, 2024 offers a brighter outlook if debt conditions improve as predicted.

Contractors | Feb 13, 2024

The average U.S. contractor has 8.4 months worth of construction work in the pipeline, as of January 2024

Associated Builders and Contractors reported today that its Construction Backlog Indicator declined to 8.4 months in January, according to an ABC member survey conducted from Jan. 22 to Feb. 4. The reading is down 0.6 months from January 2023.

Industry Research | Feb 8, 2024

New multifamily development in 2023 exceeded expectations

Despite a problematic financing environment, 2023 multifamily construction starts held up “remarkably well” according to the latest Yardi Matrix report.

Market Data | Feb 7, 2024

New download: BD+C's February 2024 Market Intelligence Report

Building Design+Construction's monthly Market Intelligence Report offers a snapshot of the health of the U.S. building construction industry, including the commercial, multifamily, institutional, and industrial building sectors. This report tracks the latest metrics related to construction spending, demand for design services, contractor backlogs, and material price trends.

Industry Research | Jan 31, 2024

ASID identifies 11 design trends coming in 2024

The Trends Outlook Report by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the first of a three-part outlook series on interior design. This design trends report demonstrates the importance of connection and authenticity.

boombox1 - default
boombox2 -
native1 -

More In Category




halfpage1 -

Most Popular Content

  1. 2021 Giants 400 Report
  2. Top 150 Architecture Firms for 2019
  3. 13 projects that represent the future of affordable housing
  4. Sagrada Familia completion date pushed back due to coronavirus
  5. Top 160 Architecture Firms 2021