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Q2 2022 U.S. Industrial Real Estate Market Report

Even with inflation and interest rates rising, industrial real estate activity shows no signs of slowing down. Download our report to learn more.
Manufacturing warehouse real estate

The industrial real estate market continued to perform impressively in Q2 2022, registering record-low vacancy levels and record-high rent growth. The $5 trillion in stimulus funding from the U.S. government has increased household consumer spending, which is fueling the industrial market’s historic growth.

National industrial real estate trends

The shortage of construction labor and materials coupled with supply chain disruptions will lead to a choppy but extended period of record-level completions for new industrial facilities during 2022-2023

  • Amazon, the industrial market’s largest tenant, is slowing the expansion of its distribution network
  • Leasing activity remained at a record-high 60% above pre-pandemic levels
  • Rent growth is 11.9% year-over-year
  • Total industrial SF leased in Q2 2022 is set to tally about 320 million, 50% higher than typical quarterly leasing before the pandemic
  • 844 million SF of industrial space is under construction, up 70% from pre-pandemic numbers
  • Trailing 12-month sales volume totals $128 billion, which is almost double typical pre-pandemic sales volumes

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Information contained in this report is provided, in part, from third-party sources, including Cresa, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Real Capital Analytics, and CoStar Group. Even though obtained from sources deemed reliable, no warranty or representation, expressed or implied, is made as to the accuracy of the information herein.

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