Industrial real estate is the business of providing properties for non-public commercial use. An industrial property is rarely open to clients and is where behind-the-scenes work goes on.
Industrial Real Estate can be land and buildings including production, manufacturing, assembly, warehousing, research, storage, and distribution.
There are specific areas in each city that are shown on a zoning map where these spaces can be constructed and operate so that the activity on these sites do not interfere with businesses or homes nearby.
These zoning ordinances get even more specific defining where certain industrial types may live. There are many different facets to the industrial sector, and because this definition covers a wide scope of properties, it is important to recognize the differences in each type of industrial property before determining which one to invest in. We work to insure that you fully understand the risks and rewards that each one carries.
Check out these different industrial types: