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Industrial Report

United States | Atlanta, GA

Report | Atlanta South I-75 Industrial View From Above - Q2 2011

Summary

The second quarter was slow for the submarket, no major new deals were signed and no large move-ins occurred. Consumer spending is the primary market driver and growth there been very weak. The south side of the Atlanta metro area has been particularly hard hit by the nation’s economic woes, diminishing the utility of the submarket as a local distribution hub. Most available space is in second generation facilities built between 1997 and 2001. The newest properties, constructed between 2006 and 2008 are mostly leased, with the exception of a few blocks of space less than 250,000 square feet each. Asking rents are slightly trending down, but are relatively stable in the range they have been in for the last decade. Conditions will continue to be difficult for landlords marketing second generation spaces, conversely tenants should be able to negotiate favorable terms if they want to locate in the market.

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