Even though the industrial sector in many parts of the country is one of the healthier components of the CRE ecosystem, some fear signs of softening. Developers in Miami-Dade, however, appear to have no such concerns.
The San Francisco-based REIT reported 98% occupancy in its massive global portfolio in the first three months of the year — a slight increase from the same time in 2022 — as e-commerce spending picked up and helped drive leasing of warehouses.
The first quarter findings show the South Florida industrial market remains on a stable trajectory, as demand continues to outpace supply. Companies keep wanting to take industrial space. Population growth and other factors all seem to be pointing in a positive direction.