DALLAS – According to a new CBRE report, U.S. warehouses have doubled in size since the early 2000s.
Nationally, newly built warehouses average 185,000 sf. The report credits the rise in e-commerce for the growing size of industrial warehouses.
In Dallas-Fort Worth, warehouses built from 2012-17 average 247,304 sf, up from 135,000 sf since the 2002-07 development boom. The metro has the second highest new construction in the country.
Since 2012, 82.8 million sf of warehouse space has been built in DFW.
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