Demand continues to rise as San Antonio has become a hub for large industrial tenants, pushing vacancy rates to a record low of 3.9% in the third quarter. Read our Five Fast Facts to learn about key trends impacting the San Antonio industrial market in the third quarter.
Five Fast Facts: San Antonio Industrial Real Estate Q3 2022
Jeff Graves • 12/14/2022
San Antonio sits at the forefront of the booming Central Texas industrial market with its strong demand for new industrial facilities backed up by an extensive construction pipeline.
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Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.Jeff Graves • 1/18/2023
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Austin has a strong history of being a tech hub dating back to the 1980s when companies including IBM, Texas Instruments and Dell established early roots in the city. Over the past two years, a steady stream of tech companies fleeing other large metro areas have relocated to the area to capitalize on Austin’s business-friendly climate, including both Tesla and Oracle, which have both relocated their headquarters to the Texas capital.Jeff Graves • 9/9/2022