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Rising Office Vacancies: Trend or Fluke? (Subscriber Content)

By John Seelmeyer

Vacancy rates are rising in Reno-area office buildings, but observers say it’s too early to tell if there’s something serious going on. Instead, they say it’s possible that a bunch of one-off events — a couple of office closures, some strategic moves by landlords — resulted in a hiccup in the market.

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