Large national and international banks are increasing their investment services presence in secondary and tertiary markets and with it, their need for office space.

Major financial players such as Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank have been building up regional hubs in places like Jacksonville, Fla., Salt Lake City, and Des Moines, Iowa in a bid to provide more sophisticated services in areas where large private clients are congregating.

Goldman Sachs, for example, moved 1,000 employees to Salt....

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