EL PASO - Industrial demand picked up even more steam at the
start of 2016 after registering the largest net absorption since 4Q 2007 and the
highest number of transactions, including a lease of the second largest vacant
building in town since 2013, according to CBRE.
Positive activity kept vacancy on a sharp decline past
single digits to 8.4 percent.
more stats at El Paso Industrial Market Research.
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