Q2 2020 End Qtr Market Overview - San Diego


O F F I C E

The vacancy rate ticked up in 2020 after 2019 ended with the lowest rate in more than a decade. That came after several sizable move-outs in Kearny Mesa and Sorrento Mesa in 20Q1. And while rent growth is expected to begin falling in 2020, trailing 12-month rent growth during 20Q2 was still above the long-term average...(contact us today to request full report).


12 Mo. Deliveries in SF

310 K


12 Mo. Net Absorption in SF

(375 K)


Vacancy Rate

9.8%


12 Mo. Rent Growth

4.0%


I N D U S T R I A L

The vacancy rate ticked up to its highest level in nearly five years during 20Q2. The county has added more net new supply in the past two years than during any other stretch in the past decade. It was almost entirely supply-induced since net absorption was only negative in two of the past eight quarters, including 20Q1...(contact us today to request full report).


12 Mo. Deliveries in SF

911 K


12 Mo. Net Absorption in SF

(318 K)


Vacancy Rate

5.9%


12 Mo. Rent Growth

3.7%


R E T A I L

San Diego has become one of the nation's top life science markets. The region is also a worldwide tourist destination, and those tourists pour billions of dollars into the local economy. However, hotel occupancy and tourism have cratered in the wake of the spread of the coronavirus, and it could be a difficult summer for area retailers reliant on tourism to boost their sales. Additionally, as schools, businesses, and countless other ventures have transitioned into a new normal to combat the spread of the coronavirus, the lasting impact on the retail sector is still unknown. But move-ins are already being delayed, and closures will ripple across the region resulting in higher vacancies through the forecast. Co-tenancy clauses in malls could further disrupt occupancies...(contact us today to request full report).


12 Mo. Deliveries in SF

211 K

12 Mo. Net Absorption in SF

(405 K)


Vacancy Rate

4.2%


12 Mo. Rent Growth

3.6%


M U L T I -F A M I LY

After schools, businesses, and countless other venture shave transitioned into a new normal to combat the spread of the

coronavirus, the immediate and lasting impact on the apartment market is still unknown. But demand is expected to slow,

and vacancies may rise above the level of the Great Recession...(contact us today to request full report).


12 Mo. Deliveries in SF

4,154


12 Mo. Net Absorption in SF

2,774


Vacancy Rate

5.3%

12 Mo. Rent Growth

-0.3%


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San Diego, CA 92131

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