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Waterloo Industrial Market Report Q2 2021

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The Waterloo Industrial market has now hit a historic low vacancy rate with reaching an all time low of 1.3% with no signs of demand slowing in the Region.

  • Industrial supply has not been able to keep up to the high demand, leading to an imbalance. This is pushing lease rates and sales prices up.  Sales prices have risen 58% year over year.
  • Average Asking Lease rates are continuing to increase but are being held in check by sub-lease space, which now makes up 23% of all vacant space in the region.
  • Construction projects in the Cambridge and Kitchener sub-markets are set to increase the Region’s overall supply by over 2 million square feet, which should help answer the imbalance between supply and demand. However this space will be for large users, over 100,00 square feet and likely command asking rates over $10.00 per square foot.

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Waterloo Industrial Market Report Q2 2021

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Karl Innanen

Managing Director, Broker

Waterloo Region

Karl Innanen quickly became a “spokesman” for the investment real estate market in Southwestern Ontario. He was able to dovetail his economics education from the University of Western Ontario with the practical experiences working in the real estate brokerage field since 1990.

Karl’s expertise is in understanding and analyzing clients' needs in relation to the dynamics of the market, and formulating strategies that will enable the client to attain their business goals.

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