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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

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

Pittsburg Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Job creation lifts consumer spending, generating demand for industrial space. Several educational institutions, healthcare providers, and technology companies are fueling employment growth in Pittsburgh, dropping the unemployment rate down to its lowest level in two decades.More

Phoenix Industrial Investment Forecast

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2019 Outlook

Phoenix emerging as a reputable Southwestern industrial hub. With several major interstates, a recently expanded highway system and a quickly growing populace, demand for Valley industrial space is rising. More

Minneapolis Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Vacancy tightens to cyclical low as rent reaches new high. The Minneapolis-St. Paul market began 2019 with one of the tightest vacancy rates among Midwest metros, a trend that will be maintained throughout the year as the pace of deliveries slows. Warehouses less than 250,000 square feet will account for the majority of the projects in 2019. More

Milwaukee Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Sector expansion warrants speculative projects. Job creation by manufacturing firms reached a seven-year high in 2018, with the 3,500 positions added driving overall employment growth in the metro. Entering this year, one of every seven Milwaukee jobs was manufacturing related, a ratio that will persist as Komatsu, A.O. Smith, Generac and other producers expand plants or construct new facilities, boosting payrolls in the process. More