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Detroit Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial
2019 Outlook

Slower construction pipeline keeps vacancy low and rent advancing. Inventory growth will retreat this year after Amazon’s rapid expansion during 2018 elevated construction to a cyclical high. Automobile manufacturers and their suppliers continue to generate robust demand for industrial space as electric and autonomous driving technology bring additional firms to the metro and others expand.More

Austin Industrial Investment Forecast

Industrial07
2019 Outlook

Two-pronged industry expansion supports reduction in vacancy. Austin enters 2019 following four years in which industrial tenants absorbed a combined 6.3 million square feet of space. The local retail trade and tech manufacturing industries were largely to credit for this leasing velocity, as sizable growth by companies within these sectors constricted the market’s stock of vacant properties. More

Washington, D.C. Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Self-Storage
2019 Outlook

Our nation’s Capital enters 2019 with a sub-3.3 percent unemployment rate, its lowest level in a decade, following the creation of 55,000 jobs last year. Law firms and other professional service providers accounted for about a third of hiring velocity. A tight labor market will hinder recruiting and slow employment growth this year.  More

Tampa-St. Petersburg Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Self-Storage
2019 Outlook

A 3.5 percent increase in median household income paired with continued job growth supports the formation of 9,000 households this year. A widening gap between the average apartment and mortgage payment will direct more of these new households to rent. As apartment living becomes more common in St. Louis, renters may have further need for storage units to compensate for smaller floorplans.More

St. Louis Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Self-Storage
2019 Outlook

A 3.5 percent increase in median household income paired with continued job growth supports the formation of 9,000 households this year. A widening gap between the average apartment and mortgage payment will direct more of these new households to rent. As apartment living becomes more common in St. Louis, renters may have further need for storage units to compensate for smaller floorplans.More

Southeast Florida Self-Storage Investment Forecast

Self-Storage
2019 Outlook

Hiring across a diverse array of disciplines led to accelerated employment growth in southeastern Florida during 2018. Employers in Miami created the most jobs at 27,000 - about 5,000 more than in Fort Lauderdale and 13,000 more than in West Palm Beach. Falling unemployment in all three metros will modestly slow recruiting in 2019 to 55,000 new positions.More