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  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      The Puget Sound region's industrial market 1st quarter results are starting off in a pattern similar to a year ago. Last year, the region saw negative net absorption of just under 500,000 s.f. This quarter, the results were also negative, but a lower amount of nearly 110,000 s.f. Construction is very active at just over 5.8 million s.f. With the high volume of construction and the negative net absorption, is there reason for concern? The answer is no. We do expect some correction at some point in time, but there are several factors that point to a continued growth in the industrial market.

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      First Quarter 2019 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Seattle Industrial Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      The Portland industrial market has started the year by delivering an impressive amount of new industrial product, with over 400K s.f. of new inventory added. Strong fundamentals in the industrial sector have kept vacancy low in spite of all the new inventory added. Furthermore, rental rates managed to post a respectable 3.08% increase quarter-over-quarter. With roughly 1.8M s.f. of mostly high-quality logistics product still under construction at quarter's end, the outlook for Portland's industrial market remains bullish going into the second quarter of 2019.

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      First Quarter 2019 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Portland Industrial Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018

      2018 was another excellent year for the Inland Empire industrial market. Market asking rents were the highest on record, and overall demand for industrial space did not wane in the least. In fact, not only was net absorption positive for the thirty-eighth consecutive quarter, net absorption for the year set a new record with over 24.6 million square feet (MSF) coming off the market. While nearly 24 million square feet of industrial space has been completed and delivered to the market year to date, an additional 23.7 million square feet of industrial space remains under construction. Despite this high level of development activity, net absorption is on par with occupier demand.

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      Fourth Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018

      2018 was another strong year for the Los Angeles Industrial market. As it has been the case throughout each quarter of 2018, record-low vacancies and rising rents continue to dominate the sector. Although this year witnessed the highest level of new deliveries to the market at 5.4 million square feet (MSF), market wide vacancies did not budge upward at all. In fact, as absorption kept pace with demand, they declined 10 basis points from last quarter. Newly completed facilities commanded a premium rate because of higher land prices; and, the desire of tenants to occupy quality Class A & B facilities resulted in record-high rents overall.

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      Fourth Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      East Bay's industrial property market (aka I-880 corridor) continued the trend of delivering significant amounts of new product that began in 2018. Demand for warehouses, distribution centers, and logistics centers in the East Bay that has blossomed out of the e-commerce boom has shown no signs of letting up. Even with all of the new deliveries and a rare quarter of significant negative net absorption, vacancies remain below 5% and overall rental rates are up 8.4% year-over-year. The East Bay industrial property market has become a hub for commerce throughout the Bay Area, and will continue to be attractive to distribution and logistics tenants going forward.

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      First Quarter 2019 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
    4. Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018

      The Orange County industrial market ended 4Q18 on a high note, reporting 341,017 s.f. of positive absorption; recovering from negative absorption levels in the last few quarters. Vacancy rates climbed by 40 basis points (bps) to 2.6% this quarter, a 30% increase year-over-year as a result of the heavy influx of new construction. It is still considered a landlord's market as rental rates continue to record post-recession highs, averaging $0.90 NNN to end the year. Overall employment growth has remained positive, and the Orange County unemployment rate has decreased to 2.8% as of November 2018, 110 basis points (bps) lower than the state's 3.9%. Healthy fundamentals accompanied by tight market conditions will likely maintain low vacancies and stable rental growth. Expect the Orange County market to remain robust in 2019.

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      Fourth Quarter 2018 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018 Orange County Industrial Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      The San Francisco Peninsula industrial market ended the first quarter with 321,141 s.f. of leasing activity, but reported 111,125 s.f. of negative net absorption. Vacancy rates fell to 3.90% from the previous quarter, with rental rates averaging to $1.68/s.f. NNN. R&D rates, fueled by the life science industry, rose to an average of $4.26/s.f. NNN. Strong demand continues for high-quality spaces, especially in the North County.

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      First Quarter 2019 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
    6. Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      Sacramento's industrial market had a record year in 2018, and has begun 2019 by building further upon the strength of last year. Historic occupancy levels reached in 2018 were topped in Q1 2019, with direct vacancy rates falling 10 basis points quarter-over-quarter. Similarly rental rates improved upon their previously historic levels in 2018 to set a new record for the market, and is now 33.3% higher year-over-year.

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      First Quarter 2019 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
    7. San Diego Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      The San Diego industrial real estate market kept pace the first quarter from the record breaking metrics across the board at year end 2018, with rent growth reaching a new all-time high showing no signs of slowing down and sale prices at its peak from the annual historical average. The development pipeline accomplished a decade high of new deliveries last year and continues to hold steadfast with approximately 2 million square feet due to complete by the end of 2019, of which nearly 45% of that inventory came online in the first quarter alone.

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      First Quarter 2019 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 San Diego Industrial Market Report
    8. Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      The Silicon Valley industrial and warehouse markets have maintained upward trends in the first quarter. Overall net absorption remains positive with 103,598 s.f. Persistently low vacancies fuel demand for industrial and warehouse products driving rental rates in Silicon Valley to $1.45/s.f. NNN and $1.08/s.f. NNN respectively. Over 3.1 million s.f. in the industrial and warehouse markets are scheduled to come online in late 2019 to help satisfy demand.

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      First Quarter 2019 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2019

      Setting the stage for the year ahead, the Phoenix industrial real estate market's performance in Q1 2019 only further reflected the consistent demand this market has shown cycle after cycle. Vacancy rates hit an all-time record low and asking rental rates soared to a new high. Leasing and sales activity continues to remain on solid footing, bolstered by a growing consumer base driving demand for industrial space among e-commerce and third-party logistics companies.

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      First Quarter 2019 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2018

      Direct vacancy for the fourth quarter in the Reno industrial market rate rose 100 BP to 5.58%, even though the quarter recorded 443,640 square feet of positive net absorption. Overall vacancy also grew from 6.01% to 6.40%. These overall and direct vacancy increases are a function of new construction deliveries and approximately 726,938 square feet of sublease space added to the market.

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      Fourth Quarter 2018 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2018 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2018 Reno Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2018 Reno Industrial Market Report
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