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904 Commercial Real Estate Listings in Raleigh, NC

  • 1033 Wade Avenue, Suite 200 - Raleigh
    1033 Wade Avenue, Suite 200, Cameron Village, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $400/Month
    Property
    • Office
    • 50,000 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 700 Sqft
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  • Six Forks Office Center Condominiums - Raleigh
    8382 Six Forks Road, Summerfield North, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $18/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 6,000 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 956 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1999
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  • 1611 Jones Franklin Road, Suite 105 - Raleigh
    1611 Jones Franklin Road, Suite 105, Lakeview, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $18/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 1,485 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 1,485 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2004
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  • Barrett Drive Office Condominium - Raleigh
    4006 Barrett Drive, 2nd Floor, Anderson Forest, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $350 - $1,575/Sqft/Month
    Property
    • Office
    • 4,000 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 120 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1986
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  • North Park I & II - Wake Forest
    11640 Northpark Drive, Wakefield Plantation, Wake Forest, NC
    For Lease
    • $23.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 94,123 Sqft
    Availability
    • 4 Spaces
    • 31,402 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1996
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  • Trinity Corporate Park - 1500 Sunday Drive - Raleigh
    1500 Sunday Drive, Trinity Park, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $24/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 61,412 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 4,084 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2000
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  • 3801 Wake Forest Road - Raleigh
    3801 Wake Forest Road, Eastgate, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 46,938 Sqft
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 8,920 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1981
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  • Raleigh Medical Center - Raleigh
    3100 Duraleigh Road, Bentley Ridge, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 89,089 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 1,524 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1989
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  • Forum I - Raleigh
    8601 Six Forks Road, Carriages at Allyns Landing, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $27.95/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 135,319 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 20,341 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1985
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  • The Summit - Raleigh
    4101 Lake Boone Trail, Meredith Woods, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $29.5 - $31/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 120,254 Sqft
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 29,663 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1989
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  • Charter Square - Raleigh
    555 Fayetteville Street, Downtown Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $32 - $36/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 243,106 Sqft
    Availability
    • 6 Spaces
    • 21,933 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2015
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  • 3110 Edwards Mill Road - Raleigh
    3110 Edwards Mill Road, Bentley Ridge, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $25.5 - $26.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 45,692 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 18,163 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1998
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  • GlenLake Four - Raleigh
    4141 Parklake Avenue, Carnegie Park, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $31/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 158,114 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 7,345 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2006
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  • Carolina Place - Raleigh
    2626 Glenwood Avenue, Country Club Hills, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $31/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 112,894 Sqft
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 5,645 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1984
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  • Marketplace at Lake Boone Trail - Raleigh
    4025 Lake Boone Trail, Meredith Woods, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $31/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 126,700 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 8,353 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2007
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  • Capital Bank Plaza - Raleigh
    333 Fayetteville Street, Downtown Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $27.5 - $31.6/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 167,580 Sqft
    Availability
    • 15 Spaces
    • 63,608 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1965
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  • Captrust Tower - Raleigh
    4208 Six Forks Road, Farrior Hills, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $29/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 274,813 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 5,025 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2009
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  • Briggs Hardware Building - Raleigh
    220 Fayetteville Street, Downtown Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 27,745 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 8,763 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1874
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  • 3105 Glenwood Avenue - Raleigh
    3105 Glenwood Avenue, Coley Forest, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $24/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 54,972 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 8,025 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1984
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  • Wake Plaza - Raleigh
    3031 New Bern Avenue, Lakewood, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $28/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 35,000 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 7,535 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 2008
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  • Rexwoods Center I, II, III & IV - Raleigh
    4325 Lake Boone Trail, Meredith Woods, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $28.5 - $29/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 147,607 Sqft
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 14,279 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1989
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  • Smoketree Tower - Raleigh
    3100 Smoketree Court, Brentwood, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $27.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 151,114 Sqft
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 33,688 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1984
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  • One North Commerce Center - Building 5 - Raleigh
    3645 Trust Drive, Village of Fox Run, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $16.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 50,652 Sqft
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 10,019 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1984
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  • Venture II & Venture Place - Raleigh
    920 Main Campus Drive, North Shore, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $37.5 - $39.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 135,453 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 7,033 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1998
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  • Horizon I, II & IV - Raleigh
    7701 Six Forks Road, Six Forks North, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $23/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 105,547 Sqft
    Availability
    • 4 Spaces
    • 24,834 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1989
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  • Six Forks Place I, II & III - Raleigh
    333 East Six Forks Road, Crabtree Heights, Raleigh, NC
    For Lease
    • $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    • 114,000 Sqft
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 3,385 Sqft
    Year Built
    • 1996
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Raleigh, NC Commercial Real Estate

There are currently 824 commercial listings available in Raleigh, NC. These listings include 743 commercial spaces that encompass a total of 7,488,488 square feet. Available commercial spaces in Raleigh, NC range in size from 1 square feet to 596,336 square feet. A total of 500 off-market commercial properties located in Raleigh, NC are also available for research.

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Raleigh, NC Economic Overview

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Also known as the “City of Oaks” due to the abundant number of oak trees, Raleigh is one of the nation’s hidden treasures that almost seems to go un-noticed. However, it is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S.A., with a population of roughly 459,000. It is especially well-known for attracting some of the brightest minds in science and technology, as several research centers have opened up and created new jobs in both sectors. The large presence of educated and well-accomplished workers adds a lot of value to the Raleigh commercial real estate market.

One of the most signature aspects of Raleigh is that it is part of the “Research Triangle”, a national research park that specializes in biotechnology research and hi-tech innovation. Many of the largest and most profitable sectors in the city also happen to be the ones that are most immune to recession as they will always be in high demand. Seeing as Raleigh was the #1 ranked place for business and growth by Forbes Magazine in 2015, it is safe to say that its economy will continue to boom for the foreseeable future.

Raleigh, NC Commercial Real Estate Market

The Raleigh office space market is seeing an interesting trend in which the asking prices for office spaces have increased and the number of available listings for industrial and retail properties have gone down in the past two years. This can be explained by the rapid expansion of local companies combined with the migration of several newer companies that want to take advantage of the booming workforce in Raleigh.

Downtown (Old Raleigh) has had nearly $3 billion invested in the development and expansion of several properties that include businesses, offices, hotels and stores. Projections show that a grand total of 4 million square feet will be added to the downtown area, with a million square feet going exclusively towards new office space. Tech company Red Hat moved 630 of its employees to occupy Downtown Raleigh office space in 2002, and many more enterprises have followed suit since then.

North Raleigh can be described as the ‘best of both worlds’. On the one hand, the North Raleigh office market contains over 100,000 square feet of rentable office space and millions of square feet taken up by major retailers like JC Penney and Millar. On the flip side, the presence of two 18-hole golf courses attracts many affluent individuals who will happily purchase the multi-million dollar homes located right beside them. Business and pleasure are mixed together in this prestigious part of the city.

South Raleigh has been ignored with respect to the construction and development of commercial office space due to several development regulations. However, with several new investments from various medium businesses, the South Raleigh office market could look more promising in the near future, as it aims to blend in with the infrastructure of Downtown Raleigh.

East Raleigh is largely a residential area in which buyers can find generally lower priced homes. Small mom & pop shops, along with the WakeMed Raleigh Campus, are the only real properties that take up any noticeable East Raleigh office space in this region of the city.

The West Raleigh office market primarily includes the fine arts and education, with little in the way of retail or business. It is also home to the prestigious North Carolina State University in which students can get a well-rounded education and qualify themselves for the job opportunities available in busier sections of Raleigh. Overall, you can expect to find several smaller-name amenities concentrated in this neighborhood.

Raleigh, NC Office Sales Volume

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Raleigh, NC Office Transactions

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Raleigh, NC Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 37,108,981 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 8,349,456 SF / 22.5% of total office
  • 100k to 500k SF: 22,292,648 SF / 60.07% of total office
  • 500k to 1M SF: 1,106,777 SF / 2.98% of total office
  • > 1M SF: 5,360,100 SF / 14.44% of total office

By class:

  • Class A+: 336,834 SF / 0.91% of total office
  • Class A: 16,854,320 SF / 45.42% of total office
  • Class B: 8,104,334 SF / 21.84% of total office
  • Class C: 1,366,474 SF / 3.68% of total office

Industrial

Total: 13,595,171 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 5,264,668 SF / 38.72% of total industrial
  • 100k to 500k SF: 8,330,503 SF / 61.28% of total industrial

By class:

  • Class A: 2,955,467 SF / 21.74% of total industrial
  • Class B: 9,857,890 SF / 72.51% of total industrial
  • Class C: 456,164 SF / 3.36% of total industrial

Office Spaces with Retail

Total: 19,083,917 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 5,145,352 SF / 26.96% of total office with retail
  • 100k to 500k SF: 10,495,893 SF / 55% of total office with retail
  • 500k to 1M SF: 2,042,672 SF / 10.7% of total office with retail
  • > 1M SF: 1,400,000 SF / 7.34% of total office with retail

Employment in Raleigh, NC

Employment

Raleigh boasts a low unemployment rate of 4.30% (vs. the national average of 5.20%) and a stunning job growth rate of 3.48%, making it one of the most prosperous economies in the country. In particular, the most abundant sectors are government, science, healthcare, sales and materials transportation. Numerous logistics systems allow for the easy and effortless transportation of materials in and out of the city. Therefore, Raleigh is transforming into a hotbed for job opportunities. This is particularly attractive for anyone who is looking for new employment with competitive salaries and direct connections to powerful research facilities.

Education in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh is home to well over 50 schools that provide top-rate primary and second education to growing students, and 12 post-secondary institutes that offer a diverse range of specialties and trades to young people. North Carolina State University has received hundreds of millions of dollars in external funding for research, allowing them to train students with the skillset needed to immediately jump into the workforce. Unsurprisingly, engineering and science are the most popular programs and graduates have no problem finding employment within the “Research Triangle”.

Commuting Time in Raleigh, NC

The average one-way commute time within Raleigh is 24 minutes, with a great majority of the citizens using their own vehicles to travel to work. A well-designed highway system allows for nearby outsiders and locals to travel around the city with ease and comfort, such that congestion is usually a non-issue, except for rush hours. Although there are numerous public transit systems offered by the city, statistics show that only 1% of Raleigh’s citizens regularly use them.

Raleigh Demographics

Population

  • Total Population464,485
  • Male Population(48.2 %) 223,942
  • Female Population(51.8 %) 240,543
  • Median Age33.60

Income/Financial

  • Average Household Income$94,356
  • Median Household Income$67,266
  • Median Income Under 25$38,443
  • Median Income 25-44$70,871
  • Median Income 45-64$76,716
  • Median Income Over 65$54,175

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