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Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial Outlook

Ching-Ting Wang • 2/12/2021
The tailwinds of e-commerce and heightened focus on supply chain resiliency will keep the industrial market in an upswing with record construction and new all-time high rental rates on the horizon. Dallas-Fort Worth’s central location and extensive transportation and distribution network will continue to make it a vital logistics hub.

Cushman & Wakefield’s recent North American Industrial Outlook showed that strength as Dallas-Fort Worth placed in the top spot for both demand and supply.

The Dallas-Fort Worth market came in at the number one spot for demand with 47 million square feet (msf) of positive absorption expected through 2022. The city experienced explosive growth over the past decade of expansion, significantly outpacing the next three top markets – Chicago, Atlanta and the Inland Empire – whose forecasts are over 30 msf. Dallas-Fort Worth was also the top market for supply with 41.4 msf. Dallas-Fort Worth is expected to post some of the strongest rent growth from 2021-2022 because of its high demand and quality supply.

Key takeaways from the report for North America as a whole include:

  • Industrial demand is booming, but so is supply
  • Pent-up demand story forming—expect economic surge in back half of 2021
  • Fundamentals to continue generating solid rent growth throughout the next few years
  • Global trade expected to rise as economic growth accelerates and trade tensions ease, boosting demand

For more, read our North American Industrial Outlook.


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