Local Industrial Market Continues to Improve

Two competing Charleston area commercial brokerage teams did a great job on profiling the CHS economy, specifically the industrial market, and its continued march beyond recovery with a sub-3% vacancy in class A industrial buildings and 7% overall, plus rising rents.  I am not sure where 10MSF of new inventory came on-line in the past year, but nonetheless, its an encouraging story on the local warehouse and port markets by Jim Parker with The Post and Courier.

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Posted on May 5, 2014, in Boeing News, CHS, CHS Industrial-Warehouse-Port, CHS Jobs/Economy, Commercial Real Estate, Development, Market Reports, The Post and Courier and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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