The Emerging Industrial Markets series spotlights markets across the U.S. that offer demographic, logistics and incentives advantages for industrial investors and occupiers.
Logistics and manufacturing companies are increasingly attracted to Reno’s ideal distribution location, highly favorable business environment, relatively low taxes, competitive utility rates, low cost of living and great quality of life.
Boston’s attractive demographic profile, growing labor force and extensive infrastructure have attracted an influx of e-commerce, third-party logistics (3PL) and life sciences companies.
Las Vegas’s excellent infrastructure, sizeable labor force, pro-business government and growing metro population have attracted an influx of e-commerce, third-party logistics (3PL) and wholesale/retail companies establishing new and expanding existing distribution and logistics facilities.
Strategically located in the bustling South Atlantic region, Baltimore is well-positioned to become a major industrial hub given its robust development pipeline and strong demographics.