Category Archives: Industrial and Logistics

Big Box tenants snap up Inland Empire East’s expanding inventory

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Inland Empire East’s growing inventory has started to level the playing field between the two submarkets. Construction completions in the East account for 40 percent of the total inventory base for buildings 100,000 square feet and above.

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Leasing activity remains strong with 9.1 million square feet in year-to-date transactions.

Year-to-date absorption for… Read More

Logistics & distribution are driving industrial leasing activity in the LA basin, mid-year 2016

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There is a growing presence of online-based retailers and logistics companies providing same-day or next-day delivery service to consumers which is affecting the Los Angeles industrial market.

The logistics and distribution sector accounted for 39.4 percent of the top 25 leases during the first half… Read More

Industrial demand in Inland Empire East already surpasses demand for all of 2015

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Industrial construction volumes remain high as small box development accelerates with 16.3 million square feet of year-to-date deliveries. Vacancy rates continue to fall given current tenant demand and availabilities in the market.

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Year-to-date absorption totaled 12.8 million square feet for the entire market. IE East led the market this quarter with… Read More

A mid-year glance at industrial leasing in the LA basin

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Leases between 10,000 and 25,000 square feet accounted for more than half of the total transactions completed in the Los Angeles industrial market in the first half of 2016.

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Leasing activity is highest in the LA Central market with 118 deals, demand is driven once… Read More

Port of Los Angeles trade increases by $2 billion year-over-year

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Currently ranked number one in the nation, Port of Los Angeles accounts for 10.0% of U.S. trade and has led the nation in imports since 1992.

China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan are the top five trading partners of Los Angeles, accounting for 78.3% of its trade with the world.

Year-over-year trade in Los Angeles increased by 3.3%, totaling $63.1 billion in value.

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Rent continues to appreciate in the South Bay, LA’s hottest industrial submarket

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  • With sub-1.0 percent vacancy across the South Bay market, meaningful rent appreciation is expected over the next 12-24 months barring any major economic downturn.
  • The market has experienced a 41 percent weighted Y1 rent growth since 2010.
  • High-water mark rent for 2016 will likely be in
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The rise of the million-square-foot user

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Million-square-foot warehouse facilities are growing more common across the nation. Between 2010 – 2015, there were 102.3 million square feet of new leases in this size range.

The top five markets account for 58.5 percent of total lease transactions with e-commerce and traditional retail driving demand.

Inland Empire leads the country in million-square-foot transactions signing nine deals in the last 18 months. Demand remains strong in the market with several deals pending and additional requirements this… Read More

All signs point to a push for more LA industrial development in 2016

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Visit: JLL’s Los Angeles Research on the web… Read More

Congratulations to our 2015 top brokers

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We are proud to recognize these outstanding professionals. Our top brokers in Los Angeles created exceptional value for our clients in 2015. We thank them for their expertise, teamwork and dedication.JLLLA_Top10Brokers_2015_final_96dpi

From left to right, top to bottom: Frank Scott, Carl Muhlstein, Michael Condon, Jr., Peter McWilliams, John McRoskey, Gary Horwitz, Steve Solomon, Tony… Read More

Big-box leasing remains strong in Southern California

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WBigBox-300x300arehouse market conditions are healthy, yet construction is increasing across the nation. Vacancies may fluctuate in some markets as leasing activity plays catch-up with new supply.

JLL’s ‘Big Box’ Outlook explores this across markets and size segments to make conclusions on what the future holds for U.S. industrial real estate.

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