Florida Industrial Properties are Scarce and High in Demand

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Smart Investors from all over are targeting the industrial real estate sector in Florida. With the expansion of the Panama Canal, Miami is the most prominent outlet for importers and exporters, resulting in the need for warehouses and storage facilities. Investors are purchasing larger and more efficient warehouses that are located in easy access locations.

Florida warehouse prices are going up by the day and quantities are becoming scarce. With lease rates on the rise and vacancy rates being lower than ever before, a warehouse purchase is a great investment and outlet for cash flow.

High traffic warehouse parks, like Palmetto Lakes Park, that are situated next to the most used expressways like the I-95 and the Palmetto Expressway and the Miami International Airport, are the best bet for warehouse seekers.

See this news clip explaining how Miami is the new center for importers and exporters with the canal expansion:

Perfect example of a great warehouse any savvy investor would be interested in, would be this one below:

Building SF: 43,000 +/-
Parcel SF: 82,273 (1.89 Acres +/-)
Year Built: 1977
Ceiling Height: 26 feet +/-
Span Between Columns: 36 feet +/-

Characteristics:
• 6 dock height wells
• 2 Forklift Ramps
• ADA Ramp and Entrance
• Newer Roof
• Fully Sprinklered
• 3 Phase Electric Service
• 2,500 sf air-conditioned office
• Easily subdividable into 4 X 10,000 sf

6 SHIPPING/RECEIVING WELLS + 26FT CLEAR HEIGHT + 36FT SPANS + HUGE TRACTOR TRAILER-WAY +
10 MINUTES FROM MIAMI INTL AND 3 MINUTES FROM ALL MAJOR EXPRESSWAYS =
THE MOST EFFICIENT WAREHOUSE FOR SMALL LOGISTICS, DISTRIBUTION, OR
IMPORT/EXPORT ON THE MARKET

 For more information on this warehouse and to find the best real estate investment in Florida contact us at 954-588-1826.

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