Bogotá, Colombia - 2022
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Office Market Overview
Bogota's office market
Peaking market
Falling market
Rising market
Bottoming market
Q2,2022 Total Stock
Q2,2022 Vacancy rate
Q2,2022 Net Absorption
USD 16 – 21 m²/ month
Rents CBD – Prime
$68,000 – $92,000 m²/ month
USD 13 – 17 m²/ month Rents CBD - Non Prime
$58,000 - $70,000 m²/ month
USD 13 - 18 m²/ month Rents Decentralized - Prime
$58,000 - $76,000 m²/ month
USD 10 – 13 m²/ month
Rents Decentralized – Non Prime
$45,000 - $56,000 m²/ month
Market Overview
Bogota's office submarkets
Salitre: It includes the area on Avenida El Dorado (Calle26), from Avenida Ciudad de Cali to the NQS. Salitre contains some large-scale, high-quality properties, with large plants and reasonable rents.

El Dorado: A submarket that is seeing rapid growth. Located near El Dorado International Airport, this submarket has several large-scale developments that offer efficiency and economy.

Centro Internacional: Bogotá's old downtown where the oldest buildings can be found; consists mostly of older Class B and C properties that are poorly maintained and have many landlords due to a Strata Title ownership structure.

Others: Any other building that is not in any of the above sub-markets is considered in this category.
Santa Bárbara: An extensive high-income area that is located between Calle 100 and Calle 127.

Calle 100: A primary commercial corridor with several large-scale properties.

Chicó: A high-income area located between Calle 90 and 100. Much of the stock here is composed of smaller buildings with small floorplates, due to high density and zoning laws that restrict building height.

Andino/Nogal: A high-income area anchored by three shopping malls: Andino, Retiro, and Atlantis.

Avenida Chile: The city's financial district, located along and around Calle 72.