Fourteen U.S. markets, including Salt Lake City, stand out in a new report from CBRE as strategic options for investors in industrial and logistics real estate who are seeking growth opportunities outside of primary markets.

These markets, which CBRE describes as strategic markets, have registered demand for industrial and logistics real estate that outpaced their supply by a collective 89 million square feet since 2013. In the same span, their industrial rents have increased by an average of 25.2 percent. Salt Lake City is included on the list as one of the markets posting lower-than-average vacancy rates and high aggregate rent growth.

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