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Indianapolis, IN | 2015 Top #CRE Markets to Watch: Industrial

Sperry Van Ness International Corporation’s (SVNIC) 2015 Market Update Reports assess the current state of the national commercial real estate market, and identify micro-trends within specific geographic regions and industries for 2015. Today we are delving into the 2015 Top Industrial Markets to Watch. Not the largest or the most actively contested markets, the 2015 Industrial Markets to Watch are each at an important juncture that presents unique opportunities for investment. Together, they reflect the diversity of trends that is driving the economy and commercial real estate performance in markets across the country.

Top Industrial Market to Watch: Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis: 2015 Industrial Markets to WatchThe industrial fundamentals for the Indianapolis market remain relatively strong despite the delivery of more than 5.5 million square feet in 2014. Those new properties helped drive Indianapolis to the top-tier of markets for rent growth. Bucking the national trend, however, the vacancy rate for the metro area jumped at the same time from a historically low 7% in the first quarter of 2014 to nearly 8% in the first quarter of 2015. Amongst the additions to the industrial landscape in 2014, online computer parts retailer NewEgg opened up a state-of-the-art fulfillment center that will service the Midwest region, processing up to an estimated 12,000 orders per day. Other large deliveries included a 1.1 million square foot distribution facility for Johnson & Johnson and a 545,000 square foot regional distribution facility for Omaha, Nebraska-based retailer Gordmans. While there are millions of square feet still under development, most of that product is build-to-suit, including a 1.2 million square foot distribution facility for Walmart and a 600,000 distribution facility for mattress manufacturer Tempur Sealy.

Occupancy rates are expected to recover some of their lost ground in late 2015 and 2016. Until those expectations are reflected in prices, investors in search of good values will find cap rates in the range of 7%, higher than in other markets with similar rent growth records in 2014.

To read more on Indianapolis and other top industrial markets, download the full version of the 2015 Industrial Market Update report here.

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Indianapolis, IN | 2014 Top CRE Markets to Watch : Office

Sperry Van Ness International Corporation’s (SVNIC) 2014 Top Markets to Watch Reports assess the current state of the national commercial real estate market, and identify micro-trends within specific geographic regions and industries for 2014. Today we are delving into the 2014 Top Office Markets to Watch. Not the largest, or the most actively contested markets, the 2014 Office Markets to Watch are each at an important juncture that presents unique opportunities for investment. Together, they reflect the diversity of trends that is driving the economy and commercial real estate performance in markets across the country.

TOP OFFICE MARKET TO WATCH : Indianapolis, Indiana

IndianapolisA growing technology cluster has put Indianapolis on many investors’ watch lists. Employment growth is occurring in key office-using sectors, with professional and business services jobs expanding by 5.5 percent year-over-year in 2013, and financial services growing 1.9 percent over the same period. Unemployment stood at 5.8 percent at the end of the year, slightly better than Boston’s jobless rate and on a par with San Jose. That employment growth hasn’t translated into significant office absorption for Indianapolis, however. Occupancy gains in the suburbs in 2013 were largely offset by a contraction in occupied space downtown, and downtown properties will likely lose more tenants before tightening in the suburbs drives users into the CBD. Submarkets enjoying the greatest demand are the Keystone and North/Carmel suburbs. Those neighborhoods have seen their vacancy rates drop into the middle to lower teens while West Indianapolis grapples with a vacancy rate well over 30 percent.

To read more on Indianapolis, and other top office markets, download the full version of the Top Office Markets to Watch report below.

It’s a different world out there.

It requires a different kind of commercial real estate firm working on your behalf in order to be successful. The Lipsey Company has ranked the Sperry Van Ness® organization as one of the most recognized commercial real estate brands in the US for a reason—we know how to deliver a certainty of execution for our clients. Sperry Van Ness International Corporation is one of the largest commercial real estate franchisers with more than 180 locations in 200 markets.

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