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Jacksonville Industrial Advisors

Jacksonville’s Industrial Advisors, Tyler Newman, Jacob Horsley and Taylor Calfee, are a unique market-leading industrial team that has played a significant role in Jacksonville’s development into a nationally known logistics hub. The team focuses on industrial leases and sales with a current leasing portfolio of over 4 million square feet of industrial space in North Florida. This includes approximately 1.3 million square feet of new, Class A space that is attracting major tenants to the market.

Over the last five years, they have collectively represented landlords and tenants as well as buyers and sellers in approximately 15 million square feet of industrial leases and sales for a total value of $779 million. The team’s success is due in large part to their ability to leverage and combine a broad mix of skills and services for industrial clients. In addition to representing landlords and tenants in the Jacksonville market, Tyler, Jacob and Taylor also represent national corporate clients who occupy industrial facilities in multiple markets.

Utilizing in-depth market knowledge, Jacksonville’s Industrial Advisors help clients overcome new challenges in the commercial real estate industry. The phenomenon of same-day and two-hour delivery has presented new challenges for retailers, as they now need to be closer than ever to the consumer. Understanding supply chains and consumer needs has helped establish the team as experts in ecommerce fulfillment, allowing them to assist several top ecommerce companies secure distribution space in Jacksonville. In the last four years, they have helped ecommerce tenants lease approximately 2.7 million square feet of industrial space in North Florida and nearby markets. These deals have had a major impact on the community, benefitting tenants, landlords and consumers alike.

Tyler, Jacob and Taylor are driven to provide their clients with incredible value through an unsurpassed combination of talent, passion and expertise that’s second to none.

Meet the Team

Tyler Newman Broker Jacksonville
Tyler Newman

Managing Director
Jacksonville, United States

+1 (904) 380-8336 x318336

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Jacob Horsely Broker Jacksonville
Jacob Horsley

Senior Director
Jacksonville, United States

+1 (904) 380-8335 x318335

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Taylor Calfee
Taylor Calfee

Jacksonville, United States

+1 (904) 380-4106

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Featured Properties

For Lease • Warehouse/Distribution
Freebird Commerce Center

13225 Vantage Rd - Bldg 200, #1
Jacksonville, FL 32218
United States
117,750 SF

For Lease • Warehouse/Distribution
International DC 1

1750 Airport Road
Jacksonville, FL 32218
United States
40,000 SF

For Lease • Manufacturing
2461 Rolac Road

2461 Rolac Road
Jacksonville, FL 32207
United States
11,412 SF

For Lease • Office Service
EastPark Center West, Phase 3

11651-11653 Central Parkway, #111
Jacksonville, FL 32224
United States
3,000 SF

For Sale • Land
Zephyr Dairy

15551 W Beaver St
Jacksonville, FL 32234
United States

2018 Florida Population Report
Research • Commentary

Florida Population Report

Florida's population grew significantly in 2017, aided by continued net migration from northern and high tax states.
Chris Owen • 2/28/2018
Industrial Warehouse Internal Inventory Racks
Article • Industrial

DALLAS - Navigating a Hot Market

In speaking with many of our clients over the years, most have a common ask along the lines of, “Get me a good deal.” That phrase typically means they are wary of paying more than necessary in order to purchase property or secure a lease. Yet in the historic rise of the Dallas/Fort Worth industrial market, getting a “good deal” should probably be rephrased as “get me a building/space.”

David Eseke • 4/21/2021
Article • Industrial

CHARLOTTE - Industrial Market Outlook

2019 was a memorable year for Charlotte’s commercial real estate industry
Will Propst • 3/6/2020
SIOR NorCal 2020
Article • Insights


Cushman & Wakefield proudly congratulates all our winners honored at the SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL AND OFFICE REALTORS® (SIOR) Northern California Chapter Top Deal Awards 2020:
Joshua Deale • 2/22/2021
Industrial Warehouse Internal Inventory Racks
Article • Industrial

DALLAS - Industrial Performance

The industrial property segment has been among the top performing asset classes in terms of net occupancy growth, rent growth and capital appreciation over the past several years.
Ching-Ting Wang • 10/12/2020
Five Fast Facts Holiday Edition
Article • e-commerce

eCommerce – Five Fast Facts: Holiday Edition

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner and with it comes a barrage of shoppers, online orders, and last minute deliveries.
Benjamin Conwell • 9/26/2019


Recent Transactions

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Stag Westlake

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Size: 231,030 SF

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Ecommerce Client

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Size: 1,063,255 SF

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Southbound Distribution Center

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Size: 85,000 SF

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Fanatics Renewal

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Size: 553,151 SF

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Ocala Warehouse

Location: Ocala, FL

Size: 619,466 SF

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Tapestry / Coach

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Size: 193,324 SF


Jacksonville Skyline
MarketBeat • Insights


Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Chris Owen • 7/15/2021
Austin Skyline
Article • Industrial

AUSTIN - Q2 Industrial Fast Facts

The Austin economy has rebounded quickly from the pandemic and is currently one of the hottest markets in the country. Online consumer spending continues to fuel the e-commerce market.
Jeff Graves • 7/27/2021
Houston Q2 industrial fast facts
Article • Industrial

HOUSTON - Q2 Industrial Fast Facts

The Houston industrial market ended the first half of 2021 with record-setting statistics and demand is currently outpacing supply. 
Sherra Gilbert • 7/21/2021
Port of Houston
Article • Industrial

HOUSTON - Port of Houston Update

After a quick pullback in spring 2020, consumers around the world began spending on imported goods at a rapid clip, caused in part by the inability to shop in brick-and-mortar retail. The resulting explosive demand drove unprecedented amounts of containerized products from Asia to consumer economies of North America— and projected import traffic shows no signs of abatement through the first quarter of 2021.
Sherra Gilbert • 5/21/2021
Atlanta industrial
Article • Industrial

SAN ANTONIO - Q1 Industrial Fast Facts

The San Antonio industrial market is currently driven by pandemic-related factors such as surging e-commerce demand and population and housing growth, as well as a burgeoning automotive manufacturing cluster.
Jeff Graves • 5/21/2021
Austin Skyline
Article • Industrial

AUSTIN - Q1 Industrial Fast Facts

With 2020 now in the rearview mirror and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsiding, the Austin economy is looking optimistic as some signs of normalcy have emerged.
Jeff Graves • 5/19/2021
Insights • Office

Banking Industry Foresees Increased Regulatory Burden

Working from the premise that the incoming Biden Administration could spur uncertainty regarding regulatory activities in banking, Cushman & Wakefield launched its inaugural Banking Pulse Check survey to seek the perspective of banking industry front-line regulatory and risk professionals.
Matthew Blair • 5/14/2021
West Region Hiring
Article • Insights

WEST US - New Key Hires

Cushman & Wakefield’s West Region has been on a rousing hiring spree, recently bringing aboard many of our industry’s leading talents and teams in their respective markets and specialties.
Joshua Deale • 5/14/2021
Industrial-Sweet-Spot-digital-assets-card 750x456
Article • Industrial

The Industrial Spec Sweet Spot – What Tenants Want

To get a clearer picture of the ideal warehouse design, we surveyed our industrial professionals on a number of building attributes including clear height, bay spacing, dock door ratios, and parking.
Carolyn Salzer • 5/7/2021
Industrial Warehouse Internal Inventory Racks
Article • Industrial

NASHVILLE - Q1 Industrial Fast Facts

Nashville’s economy continues to make large strides towards recovery with unemployment dropping to 4.3%, 170 basis points (bps) under the U.S. average.
Zander El-Hindi • 4/23/2021
Dallas Q1 industrial fast facts
Article • Industrial

DALLAS - Q1 Industrial Fast Facts

Leasing activity continues its strong momentum in Q1 2021 after proving resilient throughout a difficult 2020.
Christopher Grubbs • 4/22/2021
Q1 2021 Houston Industrial Fast Facts
Article • Industrial

HOUSTON - Q1 Industrial Fast Facts

While Houston’s economy continues to struggle with the effects of the pandemic, supply in the industrial market has benefitted from the stay-at-home mandates, resulting in increased demand from online shopping.
Sherra Gilbert • 4/22/2021

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