The Dublin and Worthington submarkets gained the most while losing the least amount of office tenants in Q2, a Colliers report found.
Both markets had zero tenants leave. The Dublin market saw seven tenants move to the submarket and three move within while the Worthington market saw five tenants move to the submarket and one move within.
Colliers scores the submarkets based on the amount of square feet they gain or lose. Dublin and Worthington both scored eight points, the highest of all the submarkets.
“We’ve got a very solid office stock and we have a lot of high-profile companies,” Colleen Gilger, Dublin’s economic development director, told Columbus Business First. “Companies that are looking for office space pay attention to what other brands are in Dublin and they want to be a part of that community.”