Trader Joe’s at 9205 S. Dixie Hwy. (J. Albert Diaz)
Trader Joe’s in South Florida is a boon to the region, brokers and analysts say. Meanwhile, the industrial market is facing a squeeze thanks to growing demand from the logistics and international trade sector.
Trader Joe’s A Grand Slam For South Florida Retail
Retail brokers and analysts hail Trader Joe’s entry into South Florida as boon to real estate landscape.
Developers Enjoy Bullish Market With Industrial Projects
The South Florida industrial market is facing a squeeze as demand from the growing international trade and logistics sector pushes against the potential for long-term scarcity of industrial infrastructure.
♦ Retail Guide 2014 for Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
This chart includes existing buildings 125,000 square feet or larger. The list does not include large regional malls.
♦ Industrial Guide 2014 for Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
This chart includes major industrial parks of at least 300,000 square feet, including warehouses and flex space.
Note to readers: This information was obtained by CBRE from sources believed to be reliable. However, the information is meant to provide an overview of South Florida marketplace and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of all South Florida industrial properties. Although every effort has been made to provide up-to-date information, the ever-changing nature of the industrial sector means we cannot guarantee the accuracy of park size, occupancy levels, rental rates or current tenants for the properties listed.