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2019 Q2 Southeastern Wisconsin Industrial Market Report

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2019 Q2 Industrial Hero

Record high construction activity and new deliveries continue to drive market activity

The industrial market in southeastern Wisconsin started off 2019 strong with a good Q1 and now a solid Q2. Vacancy increased slightly as a result of new deliveries, but the market continues to absorb new product well as a result of user expansions and users continuing to enter the market for the first time. Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie saw more users announce plans to enter this active corridor. Other submarkets continue to have strong activity as well, with new business parks such as I-43 Business Park, Mukwonago Business Park and Germantown Gateway Business Park all announcing new users, buildings or approvals in Q2. Through the end of the year, market indicators will likely remain relatively flat, with the existing product market unlikely to experience any major shifts. New construction and deliveries will continue to drive large market activity and is expected to remain strong for the remainder of 2019. 


2019 Q2 Industrial Card

2019 Q2 Southeastern Wisconsin Industrial Market Report

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Margaret Blair

Director of Marketing & Research

Milwaukee

Margaret leads Colliers | Wisconsin’s Marketing and Research Group. In her role, Margaret is responsible for the creation of business development and marketing materials, oversees the marketing,  research and analytics platform,   providing interpretation and analysis of market trends to bolster the efforts of our advisors and clients. In addition, Margaret is responsible for leading the overall vision of the marketing and research platform, including its conversion to a distinct service line within our family of companies. Stepping outside of the traditional marketing and research role, Margaret’s team analyzes, interprets and presents data holistically in effort to guide more effective decision making for real estate owners, end users and community members. 

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