2019 Market Report for Atlanta, GA Industrial Market

- October 25, 2019

Overview: The Atlanta economy has been expanding along with the rest of the country during the past few years. During the fourth quarter of 2018, Atlanta gained 59,800 jobs, approximately 2.2% per year — the national average was only 1.1% during this time period. Atlanta also showed improvement regarding unemployment; Atlanta finished Q4 2018 at […]

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2019 Market Report for Tampa, FL Industrial Market

- October 25, 2019

Overview: TAMPA has long been one of Florida’s key industrial markets as it is a prime logistical location. Tampa is located on the western blank of central Florida and a vast majority of the state can be reached on a same day, round trip. There are three major freeways (I-75, I-4, and I-25) that connect […]

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2019 Market Report for Baltimore, MD Industrial Market

- October 24, 2019

Overview: THE BALTIMORE market has historically been flat in terms of population and labor growth, both of which have grown less than 1% over the last ten years. The unemployment rate in Baltimore is 4.0%, placing it slightly above the national average of 3.7%. The largest employment sectors in Baltimore are the education and health […]

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Q3 Market Report for Detroit, MI (Airport/I-275 Submarket) Industrial Market

- November 20, 2018

Overview: Detroit is making rapid progress in the autonomous vehicle sector. Investment took place in the American Center for Mobility, an autonomous vehicle testing facility, with Subaru getting involved in the same. Furthermore, Waymo, a Google affiliate is planning to purchase up to 62,000 Chrysler minivans for autonomous driving research. Ford purchased the Michigan Central Station […]

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3Q 2018 Market Report for Northern New Jersey Industrial Market

- November 20, 2018

Overview: New Jersey has a multifaceted economy with major focuses in the pharmaceutical, financial, chemical development, telecommunications, food processing, electric equipment, printing, publishing, and tourism industries. Shipping is also a key industry in New Jersey due to the state’s geographic location. The Port of New York and New Jersey is the busiest port on the […]

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