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Industrial Report

United States | Los Angeles, CA

Report | Los Angeles Metro Industrial Outlook - Q4 2010

Summary

This area enters 2011 with a mixed bag.  Unemployment from manufacturing losses is still peaking, but should be partially offset by large public infrastructure projects on tap.  The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles posted major  gains.

Los Angeles County
  • Vacancy dropped to 4.9%, and roughly 1 million s.f. were absorbed.
  • Heightened transloading demand drives leasing.
  • Build-to-suits, spec construction and redevelopment are increasing.

Inland Empire

  • 2010 net absorption of about 10 million s.f. comprised almost 30% of the U.S. total.
  • 2010 investment activity rose 140%, the largest year-over-year increase in a decade.
  • Rents bottomed out, and should increase during Q3 2011.

Orange County

  • Recovery should move very quickly during 2011.
  • Orange County is becoming a national leader in green transportation industries, now the #1 area sector for VC funding.
  • Rents may continue to dip slightly in early 2011, then rise by Q3.

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