- The demand for industrial space in the Raleigh-Durham market is finally catching up to, and in some cases, outpacing construction deliveries, creating an overall decrease in vacancy levels and increasing rents.
- First quarter investment activity in Raleigh-Durham’s industrial market held steady.
- E-commerce sales are growing at impressive rates, up 16% in 2017, however, labor shortages and trade policies could prove to inhibit the industrial markets’ growth in 2018.
2018 Q1 Raleigh Durham Industrial Report
Author: Emily Bostic
Date Published: 05/15/2018