“Since the 2nd quarter of 2019 came to a close, market data and forecasts for the remainder of the year have been adjusted. After a slower start to the year, industrial demand picked back up in Q2 and vacancy has tightened. Due to the constrained supply, rents rose notably for the sector. Construction has not ceased, with the industrial pipeline remaining intact and no signs of overbuilding. Industrial and logistics availability has actually risen this last quarter, after almost three years of declining. A hearty outlook exists halfway through 2019.”

-Adam Abushagur


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