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  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Puget Sound region industrial market continues to be active, although net absorption was lower this quarter compared to the first two quarters. Development activity continues to be very robust with nearly 6.4 million s.f. under construction, and another 4.8 million s.f. that has been completed through the first nine months. Net absorption in the third quarter was positive at nearly 500,000 s.f. (nearly 3.7 million s.f. cumulative year-to-date), buoyed by both Pierce and Thurston Counties which helped offset negative net absorption in Seattle, South King, and East King County markets.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Seattle Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Seattle Industrial Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      Portland industrial real estate (excluding flex) landlords continued to benefit from strong demand during the third quarter, as vacancies remained at or near cycle lows and rental rates rose to new highs. The past three months saw 790,563 s.f. of positive net absorption, pushing metro Portland's year-to-date increase in occupied industrial space to 2.36 million s.f., ahead of the market's 2.07 million s.f. of new deliveries in that span. With demand for space still ahead of supply, rental rates ticked up to $0.63/s.f. on a blended triple-net basis. Continued rent growth and low vacancies contributed to robust investment sale activity, as higher-end assets traded for well over $100/s.f. and at cap rates below 5%. More than 3.3 million s.f. of industrial space was under construction at the end of the quarter, reflecting developers' confidence in the strength of the market for quarters to come.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Portland Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Portland Industrial Market Report
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  3. California

    1. Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Inland Empire industrial market continued its improvement in Q3 2017, as asking lease rates continued their upward trend. Vacancy and availability rates remain steady, even as substantial amounts of new inventory continue to be added to the base. Net absorption remains positive which indicates a strong demand in the market. Imports through the Port of Long Beach continue to record high shipment quantities, contributing to the high demand in industrial space. As a result, upward pressure on vacancy and availability in the short run remains unlikely, in spite of new inventory being added in the coming quarters. We expect moderate increases in leasing and sales activities for the remainder of 2017, as the demand for industrial space remains robust. We foresee the Inland Empire industrial market to continue its growth as new construction becomes available, occupancy costs continue its upward trend, and positive absorption remains strong.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Inland Empire Industrial Market Report
    2. Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Los Angeles industrial market continued to improve in Q3 2017, as pricing continued to trend upward, and vacancy and availability rates remain persistent at historically low levels. We expect increases in leasing and sales activity in 2017 as the Port of Long Beach continues to receive record levels of consumer goods. Additionally, we anticipate positive absorption to continue as well as occupancy costs continuing its upward trend. With strong demand keeping pace with new construction developments approaching completion, we may see vacancy rates remain at historically low levels. We foresee 2017 being another strong year of growth for the Los Angeles industrial market.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Los Angeles Industrial Market Report
    3. Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The inner East Bay remains a hotbed of industrial activity, as strong demand and cycle-high construction levels signal the continued strength of the market. Even after several givebacks produced 435,980 square feet of negative net absorption, the area's vacancy rate is just 2.9%, and warehouse properties were even tighter at 2.3%. Rental rates in the East Bay continue to rise, reaching an average of $1.04/sf NNN for all product types, and $0.90-$1.00/sf NNN for bulk warehouses. Developers have responded to the imbalance between demand and supply, with more than 1.6 million square feet of future industrial space being built at quarter's end, resulting in a brief uptick in availabilities. Leasing activity and absorption are likely to trend upward in the coming periods, as users satisfy their need for space along the logistically superior I-880 corridor.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Oakland/East Bay Industrial Market Report
    4. Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Orange County industrial market continued its improvement in the third quarter of 2017, as prices continued to trend upwards. Vacancy remains at historically low levels, as it dropped 10 basis points to 2.3%. The lack of available product in the market is continuing to drive prices upward and limiting lease transactions. We expect increases in sales and leasing activity in the coming quarter, as the Orange County market remains attractive for many businesses, creating stable job growth. With few deliveries and construction projects becoming available, we anticipate downward pressure on vacancy, resulting in the market to remain tight in the coming quarters.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Orange County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Orange County Industrial Market Report
    5. Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017

      The Peninsula industrial market experienced a healthy 515,059 s.f. of gross absorption, but finished in the red for the second consecutive quarter with 329,543 s.f. of negative net absorption. The net loss can be attributed to larger blocks of space being placed on the market, but this isn't time to panic as tenant demand remains strong and recent availabilities will provide new opportunities. The market continues to be constricted in spite of the second quarter's rise in vacancy, which led to another increase in the Peninsula's average rental rate. Leasing activity is expected to persist throughout the year with the north county region being a primary target for distribution and logistics purposes.

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      Second Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 Peninsula/San Mateo County Industrial Market Report
    6. Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      Greater Sacramento remained a highly coveted location for warehouse and distribution users during the third quarter, as the market reached new cycle lows in vacancy amid 1.16 million s.f. of positive net absorption. Sacramento industrial and flex properties have gained 3.33 million s.f. of occupied office space over the past nine months, bringing vacancies below 7% for the first time this cycle. Inbound demand from tenants remains well ahead of new construction, and big-name newcomers such as Amazon and McKesson are a testament to the market's regional strength.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Sacramento Industrial Market Report
    7. San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The San Diego industrial real estate market ended the third quarter with strong positive net absorption, steady rental rates and an even lower vacancy rate, increasing the competition for space and setting the stage for the remainder of 2017. Countywide total vacancy decreased this quarter by 30 basis points from last quarter, to 5%, below the 5.3% vacancy recorded at the same time last year. The vacancy rate for San Diego County's industrial market is one of the lowest numbers posted in the past fifteen years, and has remained in this record low for the past two years. The San Diego County unemployment rate sits at 4.7%, below the year-ago estimate of 4.9% and well below the unadjusted unemployment rate of 5.4% for California and slightly higher than the rate of 4.5% for the nation. According to the State of California's Employment Development Department, San Diego County's total nonfarm employment increased by 19,200 jobs year over year between August 2016 and August 2017, and we expect this strong local economy and increase in job growth to help drive the real estate market in the right direction in the coming future.

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      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 San Diego Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 San Diego Industrial Market Report
    8. Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The industrial and warehouse market held relatively steady during the third quarter. Supply increased over the previous quarter, which should help satisfy some of the demand. Net absorption was negative for industrial coming in at negative 107,507 sf, and warehouse posted a positive 65,101 sf. Industrial and warehouse vacancies remain very low coming in at 4.94% and 1.91% respectively. The average asking rate was $1.11 per square foot per month for industrial spaces and $0.95 for warehouse spaces, both on a triple-net basis. Demand for small to medium sized industrial and warehouse product remains strong. The increase in supply paired with steady demand means rental rates figure to remain unchanged, if not soften a bit, in the near future.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Silicon Valley Industrial Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Phoenix industrial real estate market continued to grow during the third quarter, as strong demand for space kept rental rates rising and vacancies trending downward. This quarter's 2.4 million square feet of positive net absorption brought the year-to-date gain to more than 6.8 million square feet, and another 4.5 million square feet of industrial space is under construction. Total vacancy fell to 9.2%, down 140 basis points since the third quarter of last year. We expect increased competition for space and higher rates to persist during the fourth quarter and into 2018, as business expansion in a robust economy continues to outpace the rate of new construction. The Phoenix-area unemployment rate sits at 4.3%, a 50 basis point decrease from the 4.8% recorded at this time last year.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Phoenix Industrial Market Report
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  5. Nevada

    1. Reno Industrial Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      Fueled by Tesla's continued expansion and the growth of other local industrial tenants, the Reno market kept growing during the third quarter, with more than 2.2 million square feet of gross absorption. Inbound tenant demand remains robust, as a wide array of companies are drawn to Reno's logistical advantages and business friendly climate. Together, those factors have cut vacancies toward new record lows, and the quarter's 1,287,761 square feet of positive net absorption pulled the direct vacancy rate to its lowest level this cycle. With leasing volume increasing and a record number of new companies visiting the Reno area, the stage is set for further absorption gains and rate hikes to preserve a landlord-friendly market into 2018.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Reno Industrial Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Reno Industrial Market Report
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