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West Palm Beach Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Palm Beach County among tightest industrial markets in the country. A bevy of demographic trends come to together to support the local industrial market. First, the county boasts the fastest rate of population growth among the South Florida markets, which is supporting household growth that nearly triples the national average. More

Washington D.C. Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Construction expands outward as low availability pervades central areas. The market has grown by an average of 5,300 people per month since 2010, increasing demand for distribution space to meet rising consumer needs, contributing to a 650-basis-point drop in vacancy over that time span. More

Tampa-St. Petersburg Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

A growing populace and advantageous geography underpin industrial demand. Tampa’s population has been expanding at over twice the national pace for multiple years, improving the need for industrial space, especially by logistical servicer providers. More

Seattle-Tacoma Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial_07_2018
2019 Outlook

Healthy consumer spending driving tenants to grow their regional footprint. The massive growth of e-commerce, two of the busiest ports on the West Coast and one of the nation’s largest biotech and life science clusters are rapidly changing Seattle’s industrial sector. More

Sacramento Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Expanding populace warrants industrial expansion. Sacramento witnessed the net migration of 55,000 individuals over the past three years, largely driven by job creation and the metro’s regionally low cost of living. More

San Diego Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Northern and southern submarkets benefit from limited availability elsewhere. Home to one of the largest biotech sectors in the nation, San Diego County witnessed an uptick in vacancy for the first time this cycle during 2018, largely driven by the delivery of 2.8 million square feet of space and a collection of larger move outs. More