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the percentage of all rental units (as in hotels) are occupied or rented at a given time

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In west Little Rock, the Koger Office Park, with 330,700 SF, enjoyed some of the highest occupancy rates despite being the most expensive.
In Hurghada, occupancy rates increased to more than 80%, according to Adel Rady, a member of the Red Sea Tourism Investment Association.
Also, the occupancy rate at Beirut hotels increased by 2 percent in 2014 from the previous year, compared to an increase of 3 percent for the region.
Egypt witnessed very positive changes in December, with overall year-to-date occupancy rates increasing in Cairo, by 8.
For furnished flats, the highest rate of occupancy was for units up to 39 apartments, in which the occupancy rate reached 54.
Results from the fourth quarter of 2003 are continued evidence that occupancy rates for assisted living are not going to jump back up to the mid-90s any time soon.
The hotel industry in Kuala Lumpur has been cheered by first-quarter figures showing average occupancy rates have risen to between 65 and 70 per cent.
timeshare resorts averaged 82 percent in 2005, compared to a 67 percent occupancy rate for U.
The occupancy rate within Beirut, at 54%, was the eleventh highest among 14 cities included in the survey.
Summary: The occupancy rate in Lebanon's hotels and restaurants over New Year's and Christmas stood between 80 and 100 percent, while furnished apartments were booked at a rate of around 55 to 65 percent during the period, Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon said.
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) had released figures recentlywhich shows that Doha s hotel occupancy rate had increased from an average of 58% to 67%, in spite of there being a 4.
Muscat's hotels also registered strong occupancy rate growth last month - rising 16.
Compared to October 2011, the occupancy rate of Makkah increased significantly by 30.
The nationwide occupancy rate for the independent-living sector remains at 91 percent, but rises to 95.