|CBRE: Texas industrial mix and match, east meets west ||CBRE: Texas industrial mix and match, east meets west ||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=12844||2016-04-19T05:00:00Z||2016-04-19T20:55:00Z|
TEXAS - Industrious Texas has it all when it comes to the macro trends in the U.S. industrial market: whether it's the mega metropolitans in the East or the growing border towns in the West, the Texas industrial market is wide open and hard at work doing business.
Eastern Texas industrial markets in Dallas and Houston are driven by demographics characterized by large distribution facilities to serve consumer retail demand.
Western industrial product in El Paso and McAllen markets are typically made up of smaller warehouses that serve the influx of Mexico's bustling manufacturing goods sector importing to the U.S.
In the south, San Antonio, a smaller, central market, truly is where east meets west because it demonstrates a mix of both types of industrial markets.
While all industrial markets across Texas are influenced by general logistic trends, at the end of the day, East and West Texas face different market drivers. Almost forgot Texas' Industrial Common Ground...to park 18-wheelers, that is.
Want more Industrial stats? See Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio Market Research!