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New York City Industrial Market Report

Hospitality
Second Half 2018

E-commerce boom, limited land availability influencing supply-chain strategies. With more retail occurring on Internet platforms each year, demand for last-mile warehouse/fulfillment space in the outer boroughs has swelled.More

Northern NJ Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Robust demand drops vacancy and lifts rents even as construction increases. As one of the largest centers of trade on the East Coast, the Northern New Jersey region sees demand for industrial space that continues to outstrip supply.More

Oklahoma City Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Retailers change the industrial landscape across Oklahoma City. A strong local economy has a variety of businesses choosing to expand operations in Oklahoma City, solidifying the metro as a growing logistics hub.More

Orange County Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Steep rent gains motivate developers to pick up the pace of construction. Industrial vacancy has held under 3 percent for three years now in one of the nation’s most supply-constrained markets. More

Orlando Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Tight vacancy, unwavering absorption support an increase in build-to-suit and speculative projects. As one of the nation’s top metros for employment growth and net migration, Orlando has witnessed corporate expansion that drives demand for both distribution and manufacturing facilities.More

Riverside-San Bernardino Industrial Market Report

Industrial
Second Half 2018

Supply reaches highest point in a decade as net absorption soars; rent growth moderating as operators focus on occupancy. Underpinned by its proximity to major distribution routes and densely populated metro areas, the Inland Empire continues to attract the largest industrial tenants in the country.More