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Elna Tymes wrote:
> Here are the current vacancy rates (says today's
> San Jose Mercury News) in some metro areas:
> Dallas 30%
> Los Angeles 17%
> San Francisco 16%
> Atlanta 16%
> Miami 14%
> Seattle 13%
> Chicago 13%
> Boston 12%
> Denver 12%
> Portland 11%
> Silicon Valley 10%
> New York City (midtown south) 11%; Manhattan skyscrapers: 15%
Are the statistics calculated differently in Canada, or do we have
much lower numbers?
In Ottawa, where I am, the papers moan about this from time to time
and places are definitely hard to find. As I recall, Ottawa has
been under 5% for decades.
More interesting, the highest number for a Canadian city is 5.8%,
still way below the US numbers.
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