Category Archives: Industrial Leasing

If you build it – will they come? JLL’s Industrial Impact series overview

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If you build it – will they come?
JLL’s Industrial Impact series overview

The effect of e-commerce fulfillment
With e-commerce fulfillment being one of the strongest dynamics driving industrial real estate demand, the resulting need for warehouse labor has also increased dramatically. This, combined with a decreasing unemployment rate, has forced up labor costs and caused seasonal shortages for… Read More

Infill sites are attracting an unprecedented share of industrial investment

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JLL Minneapolis – St. Paul Snapshots:
Infill sites are attracting an unprecedented share of industrial investment

Infill sites in the Minneapolis - St. Paul area

•With the Minneapolis-St. Paul unemployment rate of 4.2%, one of the lowest in the nation, firms are reconsidering their real estate strategy in order to capture more talent. Despite the higher costs of infill development, new… Read More

Minneapolis Industrial Insight | Q1 2017

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Tenants are upgrading space and moving closer into cities while costs remain
affordable

The Minneapolis –St. Paul industrial market experienced negative absorption for the first time in tracked history. A number of firms occupied Industrial Insight -Read More

JLL Industrial Insight | Q4 2016

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Industrial Insight | Q4 2016:
New construction slows, stymies investment sales

New spec development is slowing due to land scarcity, rising construction costs, and needed time to let existing vacancy fall 
While build-to-suit (BTS) construction remains steady, speculative development is slowing down. Q4 2016 Current ConditionsThis is partly a factor of increasing costs for new construction, including labor and… Read More

JLL Minneapolis Industrial Insight | Q3 2016

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Q3 2016 JLL Industrial Insight:
BTS Deliveries Dominate Quarterly Absorption

Inventory jumps 1.2 million square feet; vacancy drops 60 basis pointscurrent-conditions-submarket-q32016
The third quarter has been the highlight of 2016, largely due to some long-awaited build-to-suit (BTS) deliveries. Of the seven facilities and 1.7 million square feet that came on to the market this quarter, the total prelease rate was 91.2… Read More