Inland Empire Industrial Absorption Goes Negative

GlobeSt.com   |   Jack Rogers

Posted In — News & Press | In the News

Supply finally is exceeding demand in the nation’s hottest industrial market in a big way: net absorption in the Inland Empire registered a shift of nearly 6M SF in the second quarter from the positive side of the ledger to the negative.

Net absorption dropped to negative 2.3M SF in Q2 2023 in the Inland Empire from a first quarter level of 3.5M SF, according to a new report from Kidder Mathews. According to the firm, this is the first negative quarterly absorption total for Inland Empire in more than 10 years.

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