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Capital investment charges into the Carolinas

The Carolinas have benefited from strong economic underpinnings and shift in institutional capital flow into high growth, mid-tier markets, such as Charlotte, Charleston, Raleigh-Durham, and Greenville-Spartanburg. 

  • In 2017, there were $5.7 billion in office and industrial sales in the Carolinas. An increase of 27 percent from last year.  
  • Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham accounted for 71 percent of all sales from 2015-2017 ($15 Billion).
  • The Charlotte suburbs boast one of the largest deals in the East Coast for 2017. Northwood Investors paid $1.2 billion to buy Ballantyne Corporate Park from the Bissell Companies, making it the largest deal in Charlotte’s history. 
  • Heading into 2018,strong economic tailwinds will facilitate investment into the Carolinas. 

Source: JLL Research, Real Capital Analytics  ​

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