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Austin Industrial Investment Forecast

Austin Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Strong finish to 2017 a bellwether for 2018 industrial performance. Tech manufacturing is buoying Austin industrial demand, and developers are remaining active in both the warehouse and flex arenas.More

Baltimore Industrial Investment Forecast

Baltimore Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Under Armour fulfillment center and industrial parks fill active pipeline. Driven by the proximity to several major East Coast metros and a robust port, industrial assets in Baltimore are in high demand.More

Brooklyn Industrial Investment Forecast

Brooklyn Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Elevated costs pressuring overall industrial market amid redevelopment surge along the East River. Fueled by surging demand for apartments, retail and office space at rates below similar offerings in Manhattan, Brooklyn industrial properties are in high demand among developers and a core contingency of owner-users.More

Charleston Industrial Investment Forecast

Charleston Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Development elevated in metro’s main thoroughfare. The Port of Charleston’s accelerated growth since the recession and the ongoing dredging process aimed at improving shipping access and allowing utility for larger vessels make the metro’s industrial market attractive.More

Chicago Industrial Investment Forecast

Chicago Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Late recovery taking shape in Chicago. The metro struggled to find its footing following the Great Recession, though signs of economic stability have emerged that are benefiting the industrial sector.More

Cleveland Industrial Investment Forecast

Cleveland Metro Area, 2018 Outlook

Limited completions result in rents jumping to a cycle-high figure this year. Cleveland remains a prominent industrial hub this year as existing inventory is far above most Upper Midwest metros and vacancy stays compressed below the national measure.More