Rose Penny | Colliers International | Philadelphia

Rose Penny

Market Research Director | Philadelphia

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About

Professional Summary

Rose serves as Market Research Director at Colliers and is a member of the Colliers International Research Council.  She is responsible for the compilation, analysis, and dissemination of all market data for the firm.  She is also responsible Colliers Research Reports for Philadelphia, as well as detailed market studies on more than 500 million square feet of commercial real estate in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.  Rose produces detailed demographic studies, maintains an extensive database of lease and sale transactions and assists in the preparation of tax studies and opinions of value.

Accomplishments

Rose has over 20 years of experience in Real Estate Research, including work for Keystone Property Trust. She was also the Market Research Manager for Insignia/ESG. She currently serves on the CoStar Advisory Board for Philadelphia.

Education

LaSalle University
BA | Business Administration

Services

Service Lines
Research
Featured Research
Apr 22, 2020
2020 Q1 Northeastern Pennsylvania Office Market Research Report
Based on the two-and-a-half month period prior to the pandemic shutdown, overall vacancy remained at 9.0%. Class A vacancy increased from 11.5% to 12.1%
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Feb 10, 2020
2019 Q4 Northeastern Pennsylvania Office Market Research Report
The vacancy rate decreased during the fourth quarter to 9.0%, but remained higher than the 6.9% rate at the end of 2018. Class A occupancy improved slightly during 2019. Employment trends for office-occupying sectors trended downward during 2019, and the outlook remains weak for job growth. The exception is healthcare services, which continues to register employment gains and has a more favorable trends for growth.
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Jan 20, 2020
2019 Q4 Greater Philadelphia Industrial Report
The regional industrial market had a stronger second half after a slow start to the year. The vacancy rate increased due to the delivery of speculative construction and the availability of previous generation building, mainly former retail supply chain operations.
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