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The commercial construction sector continued its recovery in 2013, and forecasts for 2014 project accelerating construction spending in office, retail, commercial, health care and manufacturing facilities.

Combining the economic contributions of new development with operation of existing buildings in 2013, direct expenditures of $258.5 billion, resulted in the following economic contributions in the U.S. economy:

  • Contributed $747.25 billion to U.S. GDP (or 4.45 percent of GDP);
  • Generated $236.8 billion in personal earnings; and
  • Supported a total of 5.7 million jobs.

See how the states rank with cards specific to NAIOP’s chapters in the United States.

The data source is "Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate, 2014 Edition" by the NAIOP Research Foundation, June 2014.

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Georgia Georgia 
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Illinois Chicago 
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North Carolina Charlotte 
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