Ever since the recession ended, the Chicago industrial market has been setting one record after another for leasing activity, new development and rental rates. Many markets around the U.S. experienced similar successes, as the rise of e-commerce fueled more demand for the distribution facilities needed by retailers and logistics firms to get products into the hands of consumers.
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