The Emerging Industrial Markets series spotlights markets across the U.S. that offer demographic, logistics and incentives advantages for industrial investors and occupiers.

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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.
El Paso

El Paso

The USMCA trade agreement and increased manufacturing in northern Mexico make El Paso one of the top emerging industrial markets in the country.
Greenville-Spartanburg

Greenville-Spartanburg

Greenville-Spartanburg’s business-friendly environment is driving demand from industrial occupiers and investors.
Denver

Denver

Metro Denver is setting records and attracting major distributors, e-commerce companies and national investors.

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