Grubb & Ellis: U.S. Logistics Market Experienced a Strong First Half of 2011
The future looks equally bright. Containerized cargo is expected to grow at a multiple of the overall economy and sea ports and rail companies are making considerable infrastructure investments to keep up. Although investment into the real estate logistics sector slowed to historic lows during the past two years, positive demand has driven vacancies down and new speculative construction is on the horizon.
The First Half 2011 Grubb & Ellis Logistics Market Trends report provides an overview of the U.S. logistics sector as well as an in-depth look at local drivers and performance across 12 sea port and eight intermodal logistics markets.
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