The media has been all over our Q4 2017 Press Breakfast, with features in the Houston Business JournalGlobeSt.comRealty News ReportBisnow, and more.

From the HBJ:

“Houston started off 2018 with around 25 percent less sublease space than it began 2017 with. The city ended 2017 with around 8.9 million square feet of sublease space available, which is notably less than the 11.8 million square feet it ended 2016 with, according to NAI Partners and Houston Business Journal reporting. The reduction in sublease space is on-par with what leasing experts have predicted for Houston’s office market. Most leasing experts predict a gradual reduction in the amount of available sublease space in Houston through at least 2020.”

“As part of its review of fourth quarter performance, NAI Partners recently shared market highlights and trends across all property types. Jon Silberman, NAI Partners managing partner, pointed to the firm’s recently released sublease index as a significant indicator of the health of the marketplace.”

Realty News Report:

“‘Overall, the Houston office market has been improving,’ says Jon Silberman, managing partner of the NAI Partners real estate firm, at the firm’s quarterly press breakfast Wednesday. ‘We are churning through that sublease space.'”


“NAI Partners’ latest hire, Gray Gilbert, a 28-year veteran of the industry, said he has heard of two secret projects each looking for 1M SF. At an NAI Partners press breakfast, Gilbert said the large deals in the market are likely for distribution space, a fast-growing segment of Houston’s industrial sector.”

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