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Houston Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

E-commerce, oil and gas firms ramping up logistics operations in Houston. Strong tenant demand has kept Houston’s industrial vacancy rate in the low-5 percent area amid the delivery of more than 50 million square feet during the past five years, supporting a robust pipeline.More

Greenville Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Demand for industrial space in Spartanburg County prompts wave of build-to-suit and speculative projects. Expansions by manufacturing, automotive and distribution-related firms over the past two years have driven job creation in the Greenville metro.More

Los Angeles Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Tenant demand holds strong amid a shift to newer, more affordable space. Booming e-commerce and robust container traffic at the twin ports has logistics firms and retailers growing their supply-chain networks in Los Angeles, keeping the vacancy rate below 3 percent for more than three years.More

Madison Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Expanding retail sales predicate need for more industrial space. This year in Madison, household income is expected to rise strongly, pushing the market median to nearly $75,000.More

Miami - Dade Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Developers active amid strong demand. Roughly 5.4 million square feet of industrial inventory was finalized during the last eight quarters, yet vacancy hovered at 4.2 percent in the second quarter, up just 30 basis points year over year.More

Nashville Industrial Market Report

Hospitality
Second Half 2018

Lower-than-national-average vacancy in Nashville supports elevated rent growth. Nashville’s prime location near several major markets continues to sustain demand for industrial space metrowide.More