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JLL Represents ViaWest in 37K Square Foot Lease with Snyder’s-Lance

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29fbb5dViaWest Group recently signed a new 37,422 SF lease at its Tiger Industrial Center in Phoenix. Located at 4901 & 4929 West Van Buren, the two-building complex is comprised of 103,064 SF and is located just one mile south of a full-diamond interchange on the I-10 Freeway. Snyder’s-Lance will relocate and expand its presence in… Read More

Dircks Moving & Logistics adds new facility

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Dircks New Logistics BuildingDircks Moving & Logistics has expanded their logistics footprint in the West Valley. Dircks Logistics will now be located in a 170,000 square foot institutional quality distribution center that meets the growing needs of their clients and customers. The lease arrangement, signed in December, called for 108,000-square feet with entitlements of up to an additional 80,000 square feet. Upon moving… Read More

Another year in the spotlight for logistics real estate?

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Global Logistics Survey2015 proved to be a banner year for activity in many logistics markets around the world. What changes will 2016 hold? In our second annual Global Logistics Sentiment Survey , we asked our industrial real estate and supply chain market experts to look back at the second half of 2015 – to then… Read More

Transport networks are key to feeding the world

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Global goals to increase food productivity by 70 percent by 2050 are encouraging the logistics sector to begin a fresh wave of expansion.

The task of feeding a projected global population of 9 billion within 35 years is on the agenda at the World Economic Forum’s annual… Read More

Continuing strong fundamentals lead us into 2016 – Q4 2015 U.S. Industrial First Look

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The ‘First Look’ is a quick snapshot of industrial market conditions across the U.S. providing you key metrics and talking points covering leasing, construction and sales activity.

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Market tightening as vacancy falls, rents increase – JLL Q4 2015 Industrial Reports

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Industrial InsightStrong absorption, lots of activity in the Gilbert submarket
The Gilbert submarket, situated at the far end of the Southeast Valley, is the fifth-largest submarket in Metro Phoenix. Despite its modest inventory of 16.5 million square feet, Gilbert recorded 815,336 square feet of positive absorption in 2015, easily outpacing submarkets more than twice its size. While 52 percent of the submarket’s absorption gains… Read More

Big-box leasing remains strong

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BigBoxWarehouse 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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Santa Claus needs to clone himself ahead of expanded delivery season

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CaptureAs consumer purchasing habits continue to shift regarding Black Friday’s kickoff to the post-Thanksgiving shopping season, retailers are faced with a multitude of potential strategies for a successful holiday sales season. While some retailers have adopted tactics of setting early morning Black Friday even late night Thanksgiving day store hours, others… Read More

[VIDEO] Logistics 75 is a Class A industrial facility

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L75Logistics 75 682,290 square foot Class A industrial distribution building developed by LBA Realty.

Project highlights:

Located just off a full diamond interchange at 75th Avenue & I-10 Freeway

Divisible to 65,000 square feet

276’ & 150’ Truck Courts allowing for best in class trailer storage or parking

32’ Clear Height

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Does ‘big-box’ leasing sometimes create statistical anomalies?

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BigBoxJLL’s Les Boudwin coined the term ‘surge-demand’ when Amazon took occupancy of a 1.0-million-square-foot facility in Dupont, WA in the fall of 2013. Buildings of this size are rare in greater Seattle, and this one deal comprised nearly a quarter of the market’s net absorption that year.

Recent Amazon move-ins in Baltimore and Tampa… Read More