Tag Archives: Commercial Kentucky

Breaking into Louisville: Ecommerce fuels Browning’s 300-acre Velocity65 warehouse development

by Dan Rafter Looking for a reason why Browning Investments decided that now was the right time to build its first spec industrial project in the Louisville market? It comes down to ecommerce, and the continued rise of online shopping. … Continue reading

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Paced by industrial market, Louisville commercial real estate market is soaring

by Dan Rafter Craig Collins, senior real estate advisor with Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Kentucky, says it simply: The Louisville commercial real estate market is hitting on all cylinders. It’s difficult to argue. Unemployment in this Kentucky city is down. … Continue reading

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Commercial Kentucky: Louisville industrial market poised for a strong 2016

by Dan Rafter The Louisville industrial market began 2016 on a positive note, with an overall vacancy rate of just 4.9 percent as 2015 drew to a close and 3.6 million square feet of new industrial space under construction. And … Continue reading

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Commercial Kentucky: Louisville industrial market ends year on a strong note

by Dan Rafter The Louisville industrial market ended the 2015 on a hot streak, with the year ranking as the best for industrial leases in this market since 2008. According to data from Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Kentucky, the fourth … Continue reading

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Commercial Kentucky’s good news: Office vacancies continue to fall in Louisville market

by Dan Rafter When you list the strongest real estate markets in the Midwest, you can’t leave out Louisville. This Kentucky city is performing as well as any Midwest market today. Credit its central location, well-educated workforce and pro-business government. … Continue reading

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