Occupancy is a crucial pricing factor for office buildings

09/16/2009 | NYTimes.com

When an office building sells at a prime price today, it can mean only one thing: It is 100% occupied with many years remaining on the lease. With vacancy rates at historic highs and rising, investors fear if they buy a building with vacant space, they could end up living with that empty space for years.

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