Industrial

Game-changing forces such as e-commerce and omni channel are changing the industrial landscape. Now more than ever, identifying emerging markets, strategically locating your distribution centers and tapping the best labor pools need to be part of your industrial real estate strategy.

Our consultants take a holistic view of your entire supply chain.

We know how the right real estate can add vital flexibility to your logistical needs, so we look beyond just rent to the equally important costs associated with transportation, fuel, and labor.  

Cresa’s industrial team takes a data driven approach to develop alternative business scenarios and then overlays the relevant ground truth as we move into a down selected list of geographies and properties resulting in holistic solutions that ensure our clients’ long-term success. Our comprehensive approach integrates supply chain and distribution network modeling, inventory rationalization, lean and six sigma operational improvements with labor analytics, utilities, taxes and incentives to deliver scenarios that meet operational demands, delivery times and quality assurance while minimizing cost.

Maybe you need to modernize, tap a more capable workforce, find economic incentives, integrate recent acquisitions, or even back shore your operations. We have experience in your world and know how to apply our operations experience, real estate expertise and a deep understanding of supply chain, distribution, and inventory rationalization to source the best solutions for your unique needs. We partner exclusively with occupiers in a way that is unbiased and yields recommendations that are in your best interest.

We provide the full range of integrated services — from data analytics, strategic planning, financial structuring and transaction management to project management — each service accessible from a single point of contact:

  • Supply Chain Consulting
  • Distribution Network Analytics
  • Inventory Rationalization
  • Labor Analytics (Labor Rates, Labor Availability, Labor Competition)
  • Location Strategy
  • Incentives Negotiations
  • Business Intelligence | Vālo Technology for BI dashboards (hyperlink)
  • Transaction Management
  • Project Management
  • Portfolio Strategies
  • Lease Administration
  • Capital Markets
  • Facilities Services

 

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Market-Research
August 3, 2020

Los Angeles Q2 2020 Market Report

The effects of COVID-19 drastically reduced transaction activity in the commercial real estate industry during the 2nd Quarter. Occupiers put almost all real estate plans on hold due to uncertain economic conditions and Covid related occupancy issues.
Cresa Boston Q2 2020 Market Report
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July 31, 2020

Q2 2020: Greater Boston Market Report

Our quarterly Market Report breaks down each Greater Boston real estate submarket to provide you the latest transaction, vacancy and rent data, as well as trends and predictions that can save your company time and money when making real estate decisions. Download the latest guides here.
Q2 2020 Omaha Office Market Report
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July 31, 2020

Q2 2020 Omaha Office Market Report

The Omaha/Council Bluffs Office market ended Q2 2020 with a vacancy rate of 7.5%. The average rent was $21.02 per square foot. The net absorption totaled a negative 324,725 square feet in the second quarter.
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July 31, 2020

Q2 2020 Ottawa Insight Report

The office market in Ottawa closed out Q2 having seen limited change despite the longest lockdown in modern history. We have yet to see the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic disrupt KPIs as the commercial real estate market lags behind the general capital markets by at least six months.
Q2 2020 Omaha Industrial Market Report
Market-Research
July 31, 2020

Q2 2020 Omaha Industrial Market Report

The Omaha/Council Bluffs Industrial market ended Q2 2020 with a vacancy rate of 3.6%. The average rent was $6.03 per square foot. The net absorption totaled a negative 230,627 square feet in the second quarter.