• The Tucson’s industrial market’s momentum was solidified by 1,276,762-sq.-ft. of positive net absorption in the third quarter, it’s 9th consecutive quarter of gains

• Two large tenants provided new inventory in the third quarter with the e-commerce user’s 895,000-sq.-ft. at the Port of Tucson, and the Harsch Investment’s 157,500-sq.-ft. speculative building in the Airport submarket

• Users were particularly active in the Southeast and Airport submarkets. By industry, e-commerce and manufacturing users led leasing activity this quarter.

• Low Vacancy rates push for quality product: The availability of quality and newer product, plus access to infrastructure and transportation are attracting users to the Airport, Southeast and Southwest submarkets. BTS projects will continue to rise in these areas due to the scarcity of space in these high-demand areas.