Cincinnati emerged as one of the most desirable secondary industrial markets in 2013 due to increased foreign investment, its central location and a pro-business atmosphere, pushing the region to nearly 5.2 million sq. ft. of absorption in 2013 and shutting off availability almost entirely in some submarkets.
Total industrial vacancy for Cincinnati’s 274 million sq. ft. market, which includes parts of Kentucky, dropped from 6.55 percent in the third quarter to 6
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