Q2 2018 Cite Partners Central Florida Industrial Market Report

DEALS, DEALS and MORE DEALS

The Central Florida industrial market is feeling the effects of limited opportunity for development in the market’s core, given the number of buildings under construction dwindling. Additionally, available options from a vacancy standpoint are tight while new projects are getting leased out very quickly after completion. As a result of the finite inventory, rental rates continue to climb as the market starts to see inferior product as potential options to fill the need.

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Cite Partners Industrial Market Report 2018-Q2

Q1 2018 Cite Partners Central Florida Industrial Market Report

STRENGTH IS IN THE NUMBERS

The Central Florida industrial market remains strong. Vacancy rates continue to decrease while rental rates are on the rise. Developers continue to look for sites as buildings under construction and existing inventory are severely limited, while available land is also limited. The biggest restraint is the lack of well-located industrially-zoned land and the industrial land remaining is either very time consuming or costly to develop.

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Cite Partners Industrial Market Report 2018-Q1