Industrial Space Demand Up on Inventory Growth

by CoyDavidson on June 7, 2011

Bullish on Warehouse Space

The U.S. industrial market started 2011 on an optimistic note, reinforcing the view of a more bullish environment evident in the latter half of 2010 and all indications are demand will stay strong pulling vacancies significantly lower by year end.

Absorption, Completions & Vacancy

ProLogis: Expecting Continued Growth Ahead

New data shows industrial space utilization at its highest level since April 2008 and indicates stronger inventory growth in the months ahead, Hamid Moghadam and Walt Rakowich of industrial real estate firm ProLogis told CNBC in this interview.

Read more: North American Industrial Highlights | 1Q 2011

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