Midtown South is still the tightest sub-market in the country, and net effective rents have increased 70 percent from the fourth quarter of 2010, according to Andrew Sachs, a C&W executive director.
What does NER stand for?
NER stands for Net Effective Rent
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50 per sq ft and net effective rents were also stable at pounds 17.
Incentive levels were expected to continue to harden - putting upward pressure on net effective rents as tenants compete against each other for increasingly limited Grade A stock.
The net effective rent for the new lease is approximately $2.
This, along with the large incentives packages available, has caused a "significant decrease" in net effective rents.
In October, Cushman & Wakefield’s New York area COO, Joseph Harbert, said Manhattan’s net effective rents could drop 20 percent by the end of 2009.
Net Effective Rent Another number crunch that you will want to consider is a calculation of net effective rent.
Does market rent mean net effective rent to the lessor?