Industrial real estate is a critical component of the local supply chain, acting as a temporary home for consumer products before their final destination. Industrial real estate is typically generic and versatile; it's an attractive sector due to the low obsolescence, long lease terms, and limited expense risk associated with ownership since the majority of operating expenses are passed through tenants.
Over the past 30 years, national warehouse occupancies have remained above 89%, one of the strongest occupancy rates among all major real estate sectors. Part of the strong historical occupancy can be attributed to the relatively short construction cycle of 6-9 months, which has sheltered the sector from periods of oversupply.
Jackson Capital Group's specialized industrial transaction team is dedicated to disposing and acquiring industrial real estate assets. With extensive knowledge of industrial properties coupled with capital market expertise, our industrial transaction team navigates clients through challenges with a highly persistent approach. Services included single-asset, multiple-property portfolios, and entity-level transactions for a wide range of industrial product times, such as warehouse/distribution centers, research and development parks, heavy and light manufacturing buildings, factory-office and factory-warehouse multi-use properties, office/flex buildings, data centers and forward commitment properties (under construction/pre-sale).