Published at: 2016-01-29 07:27 | Author: David Karch
It’s a far cry from the boom days, say market experts in Florida, but the commercial real estate market is performing well
“Steady,” “healthy,” “robust” and even “outperformed” were some of the adjectives used by experts to describe the commercial real estate market in 2015 in the state of Florida. Specifically, “steady” described the retail market, “robust” the office sector, and “outperformed” described the industrial market.

In the Tampa area, demand has outstripped supply on the industrial market that the largest available space is 49,000 sq ft. In addition to the lack of space, the city's prime spots a...

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