industrial property


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industrial property

(1) Property designed for or used by companies or persons for manufacturing, warehousing, or assemblage of components. (2) In zoning, environmental, and building codes, the term “industrial property”will be defined within the statutes or codes for the specific purposes of those laws.The phrase may include uses not typically considered industrial and may exclude uses normally considered industrial.

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Connolly will be based in New Jersey where he will oversee industrial property management activity in the greater New Jersey market as well as the entire mid-Atlantic eastern seaboard.
According to London-based IPD, rents for industrial property in the North-East grew by a just 0.
An understanding of industrial property tenants and their activities as well as the tremendous requirements for industrial activities leads to an examination of the growth of urban areas.
We are very pleased to extend that reach to New Zealand and are delighted to do that through Bayleys Real Estate which has New Zealand's most comprehensive national network of offices servicing the commercial and industrial property market.
Case in point: I recall getting estimates from two fledgling asbestos removal outfits in the late 1980's for one 40,000 square-foot industrial property.
Although the expanding economy is the greatest factor contributing to the market turnaround, users' tastes and preferences are driving that demand for certain industrial property types and locations.
Continuing, Berger explained that "potential is a key word for Cityscapes' present approach to industrial property investing.
and funded primarily by foreign investors, has been emphasizing industrial property acquisitions.

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