Industrial Commercial Real Estate
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Industrial commercial real estate includes properties used for manufacturing, production, and warehousing. These properties can be stand-alone buildings or part of a larger industrial complex. Industrial commercial real estate is a key driver of economic growth and plays a key role in the supply chain.
There are several factors to consider when choosing an industrial real estate property. Location is often a key consideration, as proximity to raw materials, suppliers, and customers can affect production costs and efficiency. The size and layout of the property also needs to be considered, as it needs to accommodate the specific needs of the business. Zoning regulations and environmental concerns are important considerations, as well as “dock high,” “drive in docks,” ingress and egress from the property, and should be explored for optimal use. Semi-trucks need more room to maneuver so make sure the location can manage the turn around and have enough room for drivers.
Choosing the right industrial commercial real estate property is a critical decision for any business. Careful consideration of all factors will help ensure that the property meets the specific needs of the business and helps the business to achieve its long-term goals.
The industrial commercial real estate market is constantly evolving, so it’s important to stay up to date on trends. For example, the rise of eCommerce has led to an increased demand for warehouses and distribution centers. The changing needs of businesses will continue to shape the industrial commercial real estate market in the years to come.
When it comes to financing industrial commercial real estate, there are a number of options available. Traditional bank loans are always an option, but there are also specialized industrial real estate loans that can offer better terms, and in some cases, the local municipality will offer incentives to businesses willing to bring their production or distribution to town.
The industrial commercial real estate market is driven by a number of factors, including the needs of businesses, economic growth, and changes in technology.
As mentioned above, businesses need industrial commercial real estate for manufacturing, production, storage, and distribution. The right property can help to improve efficiency and reduce costs. As businesses expand and grow, they often need to upgrade their facilities to accommodate their needs. Other factors to consider are things like if the electrical and power needed for the type of company; manufacturers may need 3-Phased electricity and a component of electrical power. Some companies may need rail service. Property near highways for quicker access to all parts of cuts out of town connections. Also, the amount of water available for industrial properties outside of the city utilities can be especially important to different types of industries. Lubbock, Amarillo and west Texas water can be the scariest and checking for water product for well will be important.
Economic growth also drives demand for industrial commercial real estate. As businesses invest and expand, they need space to accommodate their growth. Additionally, as new businesses enter the market, they also need space for their operations.
Changes in technology can also impact the industrial commercial real estate market. For example, the rise of e-commerce has led to an increase in demand for warehouses and distribution centers. As technology continues to evolve, it will likely have a profound impression on the industrial commercial real estate market.
As the industrial commercial real estate market evolves, there will be opportunities for investors and developers who are able to identify and capitalize on trends. Those who can adapt their strategies to changing market conditions will be well-positioned to succeed in the years to come.
If you’re thinking of investing in industrial commercial real estate, it’s important to do your research and consult with a qualified professional to get the best advice. One of the up-and-coming projects that will have significant importance for Lubbock, Amarillo and West Texas is the Port-to-Plains planned for I-27, from Mexico to Canada. This project should significantly create more demand for industrial properties and create additional opportunities for investments in commercial real estate.
The Powell Group has helped Buyers and Sellers to get the most out of their property and their research is key in helping their clients.
Featured Industrial Listings
Industrial For Sale
203 County Rd 7300, Lubbock, TX 79404
The Powell Group is pleased to offer A-Ivies Transmission shop off of 114th Street in Lubbock Texas. This 4,768 square foot building includes an office, multiple working areas, and a garage with three overhead doors. Lot size is just over one acre offering plenty of room for expansion. Property is gated with frontage on 114th Street. Contact listing agent for more information or showing times.
Investment, Vacant/Owner-User, Business
Flex Space, Free-Standing, Mixed Use, Other
SALE PRICE: $500,000
UNIT PRICE: $104.87 PSF
BUILDING SIZE: 4,768 SF
308 Avenue L, Shallowater, TX 79363
Now for sale in Shallowater, this 7,200 SF metal warehouse is surrounded by various established businesses. This property is securely fenced around the perimeter ideal for a stackyard and parking. A reception area in the front of the warehouse gives easy access to customers, whereas the one overhead door (14×12), as well as a large sliding door within the fence, allows for easy loading and unloading.
Flex Space, Free-Standing, Manufacturing, Mixed Use, Warehouse/Distribution, Other
Quick access to Highway84
2 Overhead Doors
Paved Road Access
Fenced in lot
SALE PRICE: $369,000
BUILDING SIZE: 7,200 SF
PRICE / SF: $51.25
0Net Leased Investment (NNN), Vacant/Owner-User, Business