2 Office TRENDS Vacancy Rate Asking Rents OFFICE OVERVIEW As the national economy continued to contract during the first six months of the 2009, Lincoln followed the trend. Unemployment in the Lincoln, Nebraska Metropolitan Statistical Area, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics has risen from an annual 3.1% in 2008 to 4.8% in June Not surprisingly, the Lincoln office market has continued to contract as evidenced by rising vacancies throughout the community. All but one submarket reported negative net absorption for the first half of City-wide, office vacancy has increased from 8.1% at the end of 2008 to 9.3% during this time. Net Absorption by Sector Net Absorption The two submarkets that were most negatively impacted in the first half of 2009 were the northeast submarket and the central business district (CBD). The vacancy rate for the northeast submarket spiked to 10.0% at the end of the first half. This significant rise is attributed to a large block of space that was vacated in the core of the city, the addition of two newly constructed office buildings on N. 84 th Street with a combined vacancy of 60%, as well as companies downsizing. The overall vacancy rate in the CBD increased over two percentage points to 9.4%. This is mainly a reflection of the departure of Gallup from downtown to the Fallbrook Development and the conversion of office space in the Haymarket that was previously identified as available retail space. On the upside, with Gallup s relocation and other market activity, the northwest office submarket reported a positive net absorption of 6,253 square feet. 0.7% -0.6% -0.2% -2.3% -2.9% CBD NW NE SW SE 1.0% 0.0% -1.0% -2.0% -3.0% -4.0% Market adjustments to rising vacancies are seen with a modest decline in asking rents, which have fallen by approximately $.50/square foot, and more landlords offering free rent and tenant improvement concessions. Importantly, new construction has fallen dramatically as there are few new office buildings in the pipeline. At mid-year, Lincoln saw only one notable project completion. Fiserv (formerly Information Technology Inc.) finished its fourth building, a nearly 70,000 square foot expansion, to its campus in the southwest submarket. Building permit value for new office, bank and professional buildings, as reported by the City of Lincoln Building and Safety Department, added up to a mere $2.1 million for the first six months of the year. For the same period in 2008, the total value of building permits in this category was $13.7 million, which was already a significant decline from the $32 million value in permits pulled for the same in However, building permits for alterations and expansions surged to $18 million during the first six months of the year as compared to $8 million and $10 million in the first six months of 2008 and 2007 respectively. As there is a lag between issuance of a permit and occupancy, there is optimism that vacancy will decline somewhat provided there is no further softening in the local economy. Office Market Inventory New 2% C 14% B 81% A 3%
3 Office RENTABLE AVAILABLE % VACANT NET ABSORPTION AVERAGE ASKING RATE ($/SF/YR) SUBMARKET/CLASS # BLDGS OFFICE CBD A 6 648,954 89, % -0- $17.49 B 101 2,890, , % (90,131) $16.66 C ,196 9, % -0- $11.50 New N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal 131 3,801, , % (90,131) $16.30 SUBURBAN-NE A 6 160,158 28, % (7,313) $17.92 B ,811 91, % (22,981) $15.38 C ,536 22, % (10,217) $12.08 New 9 76,102 17, % (8,781) $19.55 Subtotal 133 1,593, , % (49,292) $15.42 SUBURBAN-NW A 6 398,476 9, % 15,500 $24.00 B , , % (9,247) $15.50 C , % -0- N/A New N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal 59 1,186, , % 6,253 $16.27 SUBURBAN-SE A 7 312,563 31, % 2,000 $21.86 B 342 3,622, , % (10,566) $15.60 C 15 94,736 10, % (1,776) $9.69 New 6 89,104 26, % 1,515 $22.59 Subtotal 370 4,118, , % (8,827) $16.08 SUBURBAN-SW A 3 277, % -0- N/A B 95 1,061,948 98, % (18,250) $18.56 C ,829 8, % -0- $13.00 New 5 37,219 15, % 2,154 $19.99 Subtotal 124 1,490, , % (16,096) $18.27 OFFICE S ,192,224 1,136, % (158,093) $13.21 Representative Office Sales Address Size (SF) Buyer Seller Price Price (psf) Submarket 5440 South Street* 27,959 South Street Holdings LLC West Point LLC $4,250,000 $ Southeast 1620 Normandy Court 7,080 Donald Dunn Pioneer Woods LLC $1,100,000 $ Southwest Representative Office Leases Address Tenant Size (SF) Deal Type Submarket 425 Fallbrook Blvd.* Gallup, Inc. 15,500 Relocation Northwest 238 S. 13th Street United Way of Lincoln & Lancaster Cty 6,716 Relocation Downtown *Indicates Transaction Represented by
4 Retail TRENDS Vacancy Rate Asking Rents Net Absorption RETAIL OVERVIEW The retail real estate market in Lincoln continues to face challenges in In fact, this half showed negative net absorption for all retail submarkets across Lincoln with the overall vacancy rate rising 18%. With several closings in 2008, no additional national retailers have announced store closings since the departure of Circuit City in the first quarter of The local market is not likely to see expansion activity from national retailers until residential development fills in around the newer retail centers. This will present opportunities for local and regional retailers that are not situated in this market. Existing centers are dealing with the problem of retaining tenants while competing against new developments, in a market with few expanding retailers. Effective rates of recent transactions are running as much as percent below asking rates which have shown little movement. Many tenants are taking advantage of market conditions to improve their positions by moving, modifying terms or extending leases with more favorable terms. Retailers expanding in the market include CVS Pharmacy, who purchased property at 70 th & O Streets for its first freestanding Lincoln location. 7-Day Furniture has relocated and expanded into 40,000 square feet of the long vacant, former K-Mart building at 56 th & Hwy. 2. Jimmy John s continued its market wide expansion with two new locations at 16 th & Pine Lake Road and 84 th & Holdrege and two other locations scheduled for completion in the near future. Smaller retailers opening new stores or expanding include Snap Fitness, Verizon Wireless, Dietze Music, True Value, Bike Peddlers and Joyride Bicycles. JC Penny is completing an extensive remodeling project and addition of a Sephora Beauty Store within its building. An area experiencing new growth is the N. 27 th Street corridor. A local developer purchased land to construct a second location for Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant and Jet Splash Car Wash and has pre-leased two bays in the adjoining retail strip. On the negative side, the fast food restaurant, Taco Bueno, pulled out of all three Lincoln locations. A noticeable trend in Lincoln is older restaurant vacancies being re-opened as local mexican food venues. D Leons Mexican food has been one such restaurant concept that has capitalized on this trend with opening two new locations this quarter for a total of five locations city-wide. Looking forward, the Lincoln retail market is fortunate that it is not overbuilt, however, developers and lenders continue to reduce their risk by requiring a higher percentage of preleased space before starting construction. Net Absorption by Sector 0.0% -1.6% -1.9% -0.4% -0.6% CBD NW NE SW SE Retail Market Inventory New 2% C 31% A 2% B 65% 0.0% -0.5% -1.0% -1.5% -2.0% -2.5%
5 Retail RENTABLE AVAILABLE % VACANT NET ABSORPTION AVERAGE ASKING RATE ($/SF/YR) SUBMARKET/CLASS # BLDGS RETAIL CBD A 4 82,835 15, % -0- $13.53 B 125 1,044, , % (34,750) $12.64 C ,732 58, % 2,232 $7.32 New N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Subtotal 193 1,492, , % (32,518) $12.11 SUBURBAN-NE A 3 43,789 4, % (4,300) $13.95 B 368 5,829, , % (116,719) $13.52 C ,387 16, % (3,500) $9.79 New ,019 16, % (2,821) $11.05 Subtotal 522 6,877, , % (127,340) $13.09 SUBURBAN-NW A 6 236, % -0- N/A B 170 1,558,893 97, % (13,935) $9.43 C ,459 32, % (23,105) $4.90 New 9 99,887 47, % (479) $14.74 Subtotal 290 2,473, , % (37,519) $9.55 SUBURBAN-SE A ,031 75, % (47,482) $13.73 B 276 4,136, , % 4,129 $14.78 C ,229 33, % (7,152) $9.65 New ,143 82, % 2,299 $19.59 Subtotal 372 5,707, , % (48,206) $14.58 SUBURBAN-SW A 8 382,864 14, % 20 $15.65 B ,542 85, % (12,530) $11.47 C , , % 7,348 $7.28 New 5 114,736 14, % -0- $15.50 Subtotal 268 2,285, , % (5,162) $10.93 RETAIL S 1,645 18,836,167 1,630, % (250,819) $12.05 Representative Retail Sales Address Size (SF) Buyer Seller Price Price (psf) Submarket 7000 O Street 37,674 (land) NE CVS Pharmacy, LLC Tunzmor Growth, Ltd $1,800,000 $47.78 Northeast 8341 O Street* 6,341 Xue Wei Chen Trieu & Luu Zhou, LLC $550,000 $86.74 Southeast Representative Retail Leases Address Tenant Size (SF) Deal Type Submarket 5601 S. 59th Street Rod Kush s 7-Day Furniture 40,000 Relocation & Expansion Southeast 1400 Old Cheney Road* Joyride Bicycles 6,000 New Southwest *Indicates Transaction Represented by
6 Industrial TRENDS Vacancy Rate Asking Rents Net Absorption INDUSTRIAL OVERVIEW Lincoln s industrial market saw an increase in activity during the first half of 2009 from companies looking to take advantage of today s market. That boost, however, wasn t enough to stop the upward trend as overall vacancy increased to 12.1% from 10.8% at the end of Most activity has been isolated to the expansion of businesses with a local presence, such as the case with LI- COR, who purchased a neighboring warehouse for expansion and Murphy Tractor moving to their newly completed 23,000 square foot building off of N. 56 th & I-80. Across all submarkets, the northwest submarket saw the largest rise in overall vacancy rate from the end of 2008, increasing two percentage points to 18.5%. Contributing to part of that increase was Toro who vacated 62,360 square feet and a warehouse of 88,560 square feet reintroduced to the market - providing a blow to an already weakened submarket. As a result of the current economic conditions, many smaller businesses were forced to downsize operations, merge with a stronger company or close. Larger manufacturers and suppliers are feeling the pressure as well. In April, Meadow Gold Dairy, announced plans to close its 101-year old downtown processing plant this fall. REEL Quick recently announced it will move operations overseas in August and vacate a 46,000 square foot facility in northwest Lincoln and the future seems uncertain for the Premium Protein Products processing plant in Airpark which has idled since June 11 th, all which may affect vacancy in the foreseeable future. Two of Lincoln s largest companies, Duncan Aviation and Lincoln Industries, whom were in expansion mode at the beginning of 2009, announced job lay offs of around 230 workers locally during the first quarter of first layoffs for either company in their 50+ year histories. This is not solitary to the industrial market, small layoffs have also been felt in Lincoln s other major employment sectors government, health care and financial services. Perhaps the most noticeable trend reported for the first half is the city s lack of new development. Approximately 168,000 square feet was delivered onto the market at the end of last year and for the first time in a decade, no additional space is under construction. Alteration and expansion projects, on the other hand, have dominated the market by nearly tripling the permit values from the same time period a year ago with over $11 million in value. This trend is evidenced by the fact that the largest current project is a 75,000 square foot addition for a cold storage facility to be delivered during the fourth quarter of this year in the southwest submarket. Flex 18% Net Absorption by Sector -3.3% -4.0% M anufacturing 11% -0.4% -1.0% -1.1% CBD NW NE SW SE Industrial Market Inventory 0.0% -0.5% -1.0% -1.5% -2.0% -2.5% -3.0% -3.5% -4.0% -4.5% -5.0% Wareho use 71%
8 Methodology/Definitions/Sub Market Map Absorption (Net) The change in occupied space from one period to the next. In this measurement, it is important to distinguish that a building may be available, but not vacant (often the case in a sublease situation which this report does not include). Therefore occupancy is not reduced until the space is vacated. Available Square Footage Net rentable area considered available for lease; excludes sublease space. Averaging Asking Rental Rate Rental rate as quoted from each building s owner/management company. For office space a full service rate was requested; for retail and industrial, a triple net rate requested. Building A product is office/retail space of quality construction with quality tenants, excellent amenities, prime location & premium rates. B product is office/retail space of average construction, fair to good finishes & wide range of tenants. C product has poor finishes, outdated appearance, and/or functional obsolescence. Direct Vacancy Space currently available for lease directly with the landlord or building owner. Market Area The market includes all of Lincoln, Nebraska. The city was split into five sub-areas which include northwest, southwest, northeast, southeast, and central business district (CBD). The north/south cutoff is O Street and the east/west cutoff is 27th Street. The central business district is approximately R Street to H Street and 7th Street to 17th Street. Market Size Includes all existing office, retail, and industrial buildings (all classes and all sizes, both multi-tenant and single tenant, including owner-occupied buildings but excluding all government or university owned and occupied buildings) within each market. Overall Vacancy All unoccupied available space for lease, excluding sublease space. Rental Rate All rental rates are quoted as price per square foot per year. Some of the data in this report has been gathered from third party sources and has not been independently verified by. NAI FMA Realty makes no warranties or representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof. NW SW CBD NE SE
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