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Indianapolis Industrial Market January 2016

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Indianapolis Industrial Stats January 2016

In this edition of Jones Lang LaSalle’s chart of the week you can see the Indianapolis industrial market at a glance. This week’s chart depicts key market indicators and notable lease transactions from Q4. The Indianapolis industrial market continued to grow in 2015, marking the fourth consecutive year that net absorption has increased.

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JLL Chart of the Week: Indianapolis Skyline

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  • The Indianapolis Skyline offers one of the best values in the entire United States. With a current average asking rental rate of $20.88 per square foot, full service gross, Indianapolis ranks 3rd out of 43 U.S. Skyline markets.
  • The national Skyline average asking rental rate is $36.06 per square foot, full service gross.
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CHART OF THE WEEK: Jobs Drawing Indianapolis Workers Downtown and the Westside

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  • As the industrial distribution of hub of Indianapolis, the workday population in Plainfield, near the international airport, surges by 24 percent.
  • Downtown Indianapolis operates as the center of the office market which sees its daytime population increase to 949,000 people as workers in the business and professional services, technology and government commute in from the south and northeast.
  • Cities like Noblesville, Fishers and Greenwood see drops in population during the day. However, I-65
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CHART OF THE WEEK: NBA Spotlight Shines on Indy

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With Game 5 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals slated for tonight, here’s a closer look at the two teams slugging it out: the Miami Heat and our own Indiana Pacers …

  • The average salary of the Pacers is $9.2 million, while the average salary Heat averages $13.0 million.
  • The Pacers, owned by Herb Simon,
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CHART OF THE WEEK: Unemployment on the Rise in Indy

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  • The Indianapolis-Carmel metropolitan statistical area (MSA) managed to keep unemployment below that of the state of Indiana until Q1 2013, when the unemployment rate was 0.1 percent higher than the state.
  • The unemployment rate in the MSA sharply climbed since Q3 2012 and was most impacted by the loss of 14,000 jobs in the Private Service Providing sector.
  • Since Q1 2012, industrial-using companies in the MSA gained the most jobs, especially those in
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CHART OF THE WEEK: Indianapolis Skyline Vacancy

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  • The Indianapolis Skyline consists of 12 Class A buildings, which represent 85.6 percent of Class A buildings in the CBD and 46.1 percent of the total office space in the CBD.
  • In 2012, the Skyline’s total vacancy reached 16.2 percent and made up 53.3 percent of all vacancy in the
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CHART OF THE WEEK: Surging Demand for LEED in Indy

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  • Five renovated office buildings received Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification in 2012, the largest being PNC Center, a 754,000-square-foot building
  • The August Mack Environmental Headquarters building at 1302 North Meridian Street received 75 points, the highest points in the market
  • Owners of LEED certified office buildings include REIT, privately-held, non-profit, and for-profit organizations
  • Sixteen industrial buildings totaling 3.2 million square feet received LEED certification since 2008
  • The US Green Building Council (USGBC)
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