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Industrial Real Estate Demand Strong Heading Toward Final Months Of Tumultuous Year

The nation’s industrial real estate market is headed toward the closing months of 2022 with strong demand overcoming uncertainty about the course of the global economy.

Leasing of logistics, manufacturing and warehouse properties has been hitting records during the third quarter as businesses and investors also build and buy industrial properties at near-record levels, analysts and brokers told CoStar News. That comes as they describe heading into a fourth quarter beset by uncertainty as the prospect of a recession looms, interest rates are expected to bump up further and the pandemic grinds on.
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Lack Of Land Has Industrial Developers Looking To Take Over Florida’s Golf Courses, Lakes And The Everglades

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As senior vice president for Duke Realty, Stephanie Rodriguez oversees a portfolio of industrial properties in South and Central Florida, a geography with limited space and shrinking new development options.

“We’re all fighting over the same pieces of dirt,” Rodriguez said during a May 12 Bisnow South Florida Industrial Update event. “Industrial is the darling of the real estate market right now.”

New players are moving in to compete with the five or so firms that have controlled the market for decades.

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Investor Lines Are Blurring With Smaller Properties

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Lines are starting to blur with small properties.

Investors that typically make small buys are starting to buy larger properties. And, some investors specializing in large assets are looking at smaller deals in the most popular property types, according to a new report from Green Street’s Real Estate Alert.

 

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