Spotlighting markets across North America that offer demographic, logistics and incentives advantages for industrial investors and occupiers.

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Boise

Significant occupier demand, historically low vacancy and strong population growth have led to record speculative industrial development in the Boise metropolitan area.

Northern Delware

Northern Delaware’s attractive combination of low operational costs, affordable property taxes and quick access to major metro areas is driving interest from industrial occupiers, investors and developers.

Florida Panhandle

To serve a growing population, the Florida Panhandle is experiencing increased demand for warehouse and distribution space from new and expanding businesses.

Texas I-35 Corridor

The Texas I-35 Corridor continues to grow at a rapid pace, fueled by record demand and speculative development.

Sacramento

Sacramento developers are meeting the demands of e-commerce and logistics companies with state-of-the-art big-box facilities that previously had been in limited supply.

Midwestern Ontario

Midwestern Ontario is among North America’s fastest-growing industrial markets, optimally located between the U.S. border and Toronto—the continent’s fourth largest logistics hub.

Florida I-4 Corridor

Centrally located within the nation’s third most populous state, Florida’s I-4 Corridor is a prime distribution hub in the Southeast that is drawing interest from a wide range of industrial occupiers and investors amid rising e-commerce demand.
Reno

Reno

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.
Charlotte

Charlotte

Charlotte’s favorable demographics and large labor force have driven industrial leasing activity and investor interest.
Nashville

Nashville

Nashville’s growing population, large affordable labor force and generous location incentives continue to attract final-mile and regional distributors.
Boston

Boston

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

Las Vegas

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.
Baltimore

Baltimore

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.
Louisville

Louisville

Louisville’s central location, strong fundamentals and many logistical advantages make it poised for significant rental rate growth over the next five years.
Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City

Population growth, available land and a new airport have Salt Lake City poised to become the Mountain West region’s logistics hub.

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