4 for ’24: Predicting the top trends for office commercial real estate in Columbus

How will Columbus’ office market fare amid shifting market conditions in 2024? We asked the JLL Columbus team for their insights on the trends impacting the metro area’s office market right now and what’s to come.

Development focus will continue to make the most of what Columbus’ own boroughs have to offer. Easton, New Albany, Bridge Park, Polaris and Grandview, to name a few, will be our city’s hot spots. Suburban submarkets accounted for 84% of leasing activity last quarter, according…

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