Scarcity of Available Space Pushes National, Local Tenants to Orlando's Tertiary Markets

Central Florida’s retail market continued strong through the third quarter of 2018, marked by steadily increasing rental rates, a diminishing supply of available space and an uptick in investment transactions. Tenant activity remained high throughout the metro area on what little availability exists, causing several tenants to branch out into Orlando’s developing tertiary submarkets.

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