Heralding the Return of the Speculative Industrial Development

Heralding the Return of the Speculative Industrial Development

With industrial vacancy numbers continuing to improve across the country in the second quarter, speculative construction projects are popping up in tight distribution markets such as the Midwest, California and Texas.

The demand is pushed by increased need from tenant, especially from the ecommerce sector, which has companies seeking new, renovated or expanded properties across the country. Amazon, for example, announced Monday that it will add more than 5,000 n

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