Leasing activity dropped sharply in the first quarter of 2020 compared to last year while sublease availability levels were on the rise in San Francisco — a trend partially driven by COVID-19, according to a Kidder Mathews analysis published Thursday.
Sale activity also dropped sharply in the first quarter, with Kidder Mathews reporting an 80% decrease in transaction volume year-over-year.
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