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The local economy of Dallas-Fort Worth benefits from the region's consistent population growth and a diverse mix of industries that include aerospace, manufacturing, telecommunications, finance, trade, energy and health services. Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the most affordable markets among major metropolitan areas in the United States, and Newsweek ranks Texas first for "job-seeking Americans." The Dallas-Fort Worth unemployment rate was 5.2% at the end of June in 2014. From 2013 to 2014, the DFW area added 106,800 new jobs for an increase of 3.5% on a year over year basis.  The Dallas-Fort Worth office market comprised more than 218 million square feet, ranking it the fourth largest MSA in the nation and one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The current population in the DFW area is 6.8 million, a third higher than it was in 2010. The population is expected to climb to 7.4 million by 2019. 

houston-class-a-commercial-propertyHouston is the second fastest growing city in the U.S. according to the Census Bureau. The market has diversified away from energy-related sectors in the past decade, improving the region's economic stability. Houston's health services industry has enjoyed robust growth as a result of the pre-eminence of the Texas Medical Center, the world's largest medical complex. Strong population growth helps support the regional economy. With an estimated population of 6.1 million in 2014, the greater Houston metropolitan area is ranked second in the nation for Fortune 500 company headquarters. With 26 corporate headquarters, Houston only is outpaced by New York. Houston's numerous amenities and low cost of living attract new residents at a steady pace, and  Houston unemployment stood at 5.1% at the end of June 2014. Houston ranks fifth on the 2014 Best Cities for Jobs list published by Forbes Magazine.

chicago-class-a-commercial-propertyChicago has evolved into a professional and financial services-oriented economy and is recognized as a global financial center and the financial capital of the Midwest.It is home to the corporate headquarters of 57 Fortune 1000 companies. The area is home to the largest futures exchange in the world. At the same time, Chicago remains a dominant city in the nation's manufacturing core, and its geographic location and extensive transportation network allow the area to retain its place as a major transportation and distribution center. Approximately 9.6 million people live in the Chicago metropolitan area, making it the third-largest metropolitan area in the United States. As of June 2014, the Chicago office market and area suburbs comprised nearly 240 million square feet, ranking it the third largest office market in the nation. Younan Properties is an owner and manager of Class A office properties in Chicago.

los-angeles-class-a-commercial-propertyWith an estimated population of more than 10 million people, the Los Angeles metropolitan region ranks as the second largest metro economy in the United States. Trade, tourism and media-related industries, as well as the information services industry and the growing technology sector, are clustered in Los Angeles and vital to the regional and national economy. The entertainment industry is one of Los Angeles' core economic strengths and one of the region's most high-profile sectors. Some 30.8% of the population 25 years or older had attained a bachelor's degree or higher level of education according to the latest Census. At the midpoint of 2014, total office inventory in the greater Los Angeles market area was nearly 200 million square feet, according to CoStar. Younan Properties, a privately-held commercial real estate investment management company is headquartered in Los Angeles, with properties in Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Chicago and Phoenix.

phoenix-class-a-commercial-propertyPhoenix ranks as the 6th largest city in the United States. The Phoenix metropolitan area was one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation during the past decade, with an annual population growth of 4.5%, driven by high levels of net migration. Housing and trade have become major pillars in Phoenix's economy. The life sciences, consulting and high-tech industries also have a large presence in Phoenix and have been driving professional and business services sector employment. Phoenix benefits from an aerospace and defense presence, as well as a burgeoning semiconductor manufacturing industry that requires a number of research and development facilities and employs many science and technology workers. As of June 2014, the metro Phoenix unemployment rate was 5.6% and continues to slowly drop as new jobs are added. The total Phoenix office market is 104.5 million rentable square feet. Younan Properties is one of the most respected commercial property investment groups in Phoenix.

north creek 150Colorado Springs is the second largest city in the state. It was founded in 1871 and has evolved from a quaint spa resort to a city of sophistication that holds the charm of small town ambience.

Colorado Springs is located 80 miles south of Denver International Airport. World class ski resorts lie within an hour’s drive of the city. Over six million visitors flock to the area each year from around the globe. There are over 300 days of sunshine to be enjoyed in Colorado Springs annually. At an altitude of 6,035 feet, the climate of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region is warm in the summer and moderate in the spring, fall and winter.

Colorado Springs is home to 12 universities, eight colleges and four graduate schools, including the Air Force Academy. Younan Properties is an owner and manager of Class A office properties in Colorado Springs.