Industrial Construction Slows as Normal Market Conditions Return

Nevada Appeal   |   Rob Sabo

Posted In — News & Press | In the News

The days of hoarding hundreds of rolls of toilet paper are long gone, and that resetting of consumer demand after the pandemic is creating fundamental shifts on Northern Nevada’s industrial market.

Overall vacancy has crept up from less than 1 percent a few years ago to just over 8 percent – but industrial developers aren’t panicking. In fact, they are embracing the return to more normalized market conditions even though it means the pace of new construction will slow significantly.

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