The key element of the industrial real estate market in the third quarter of 2013 was the growth of speculative construction, according to data and analysis provided by commercial real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.
Jones Lang LaSalle
20 Aug 2013
U.S. industrial real estate is breaking ground in certain gateway markets, most notably in Chicago, according to data and analysis provided by commercial real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle. However, overall U.S. growth is not restricted to a particular region. Year-to-date, 42 of 48 JLL-tracked markets are showing positive net absorption gains.
11 Jul 2013
Ozburn-Hessey Logistics has signed a 185,520 square foot industrial lease to fully occupy Pan American North Distribution Center in Medley, Fla., near Miami.
25 Jun 2013
Demand for warehouse and distribution space is increasing, vacancy rates are dropping and rents are on the rise, but the
24 Jun 2013
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was judged the leading gateway for developers and users of industrial real estate in 2012 based upon its consistent cargo volumes and available blocks of industrial space within the immediate port area, according to a report by Jones Lang LaSalle.
23 May 2013
When Jones Lang LaSalle, the Boston-based commercial real estate services firm, released its first quarter industrial real estate market report, several facts underscored the recovery taking place throughout the United States: sustained declines in national vacancy rates, increased absorption of existing space, rising rental prices and a surge in construction that, in the first three months of the year, stood at a five-year high.
03 May 2013
U.S. industrial real estate saw continued growth in the first quarter of 2013, according to data and analysis provided by commercial real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.
01 May 2013
Sustained nationwide growth in the construction and absorption of warehouse space indicates that the recovery in the industrial real estate market is here to stay.
19 Feb 2013
Multichannel and e-commerce supply chains are driving construction of large distribution centers with higher ceilings, sophisticated technology, and more space for labor-intensive activities, according to a report from real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle.