Tech Cities 1.0 - Cushman & Wakefield

Tech Cities 1.0

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Tech Cities 1.0 Report

Cushman & Wakefield explores tech cities in the U.S., including big players today and those to watch. TechCities 1.0 takes a close look at market drivers in an effort to distinguish tech cities across the U.S.

  • Tech Stew: what key characteristics of an environment support, nurture and promote the formation of a tech city
  • Tech Metrics: how do we measure universities, capital, tech workers, knowledge workers, educated workers, and entrepreneurship
  • Tech 25: top markets to watch

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Top 10 Tech Market Snapshots

Top 10 Tech Cities snapshots take a deeper dive into the 10 hottest tech markets, highlighting:

  • Top tenants and their percentage of tech absorption
  • Projects under construction and key investment sales
  • Key market indicators

Click below for more information on each Top Tech 10 Tech Market.

Silicon Valley
Access to an incomparably deep talent pool, venture capital community, and the ready acceptance of newcomers...
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San Francisco
The highest concentrations of tech companies in the world today - from new venture capital-backed start-ups to giants like Google and Facebook...
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Washington DC Metro
70% of internet traffic runs through Northern Virginia. 55 of the world’s 500 fastest growing cybersecurity companies are headquartered in the region...
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Boston/Cambridge
Exposure to academia, government funding, industry, and international communities led to a “big bang” – creating Boston’s pool of entrepreneurial talent...
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Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill
Innovative startups, corporate headquarters and technology centers located in RTP. Recognized as a top 10 location for entrepreneurs, Millennials, and families...
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Seattle
Both start-ups and established players occupy but Amazon takes up 20% of the CBD’s office space...
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Austin
Progressive and entrepreneurial, Austin caters to all businesses, especially tech-related companies. Home values are significantly lower than competing markets...
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Denver/ Boulder
Boasts a very well-educated workforce — more than 43% have a bachelor’s degree or higher...
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San Diego
Military and defense contractors contribute to growing cybersecurity, aerospace, software, and mobile technology industries...
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Madison, Wisconsin
A small tech hotspot because of home-grown talent– from Epic Systems, a developer and provider of healthcare software, to a variety of gaming software firms...
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