2015 New England Region Forecast

2015 New England Region Forecast

As in past years, most of the region's activity in 2015 will be in Boston, which is enjoying low commercial vacancy rates and a ton of hiring by technology firms. The Boston-Cambridge-Quincy metro area logged almost 8,000 building permits by August this year. Offshore wind farms lead the list of billion-dollar projects outside the Boston area.

It’s never a surprise when the Boston area sees most of the action in this region, and that’s once again the case, as the city is enjoying low office vacancy rates in its financial district and a ton of tech hiring by firms within the 495 Beltway. According to CBRE Research data, the Boston metro added 13,185 new tech jobs (49.6% of all new office

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