Demand for office space grows in Jacksonville
The number of unused or unoccupied office spaces around Jacksonville, which jumped during the COVID-19 pandemic, is decreasing at the tail end of 2022.
About 20% of Jacksonville’s office spaces were vacant in the third quarter of the year, according to the latest Jones Lang LaSalle Office Insight Report for the area in October.
The report from JLL, a commercial real estate services company, described Jacksonville as “the fastest growing metro in the state.”
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