FREMONT, CA—Demand for industrial product has held steady throughout this downturn, and increased high-volume leasing activity portends future growth for this metric as tenants move into currently vacant spaces in 2020, according to a second quarter report by Cushman & Wakefield. The latest example is an 89,336-square-foot logistics building, 44370 Christy St., that Dermody Properties acquired last year. The national company focused exclusively on the logistics real estate sector recently leased the building to a San Jose-based company.
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