U.S. seaports and airports—along with their real estate submarkets—are heating up, though at different rates. What’s hot and what’s not? The new 2011 Port, Airport and Global Infrastructure Outlook puts the latest intelligence from around the nation at your fingertips.
This report provides a distinctive analysis of seaport- and airport-centric industrial space in gateway U.S. real estate markets, providing both a macro overview of current trends impacting the domestic sector in addition to detailed information on 24 major seaports and airports. It also explores warehouse property fundamentals in the areas surrounding these locations.
Introducing the Jones Lang LaSalle PAGI Airport Indexby John Carver, Executive Vice President, Head of Port, Airport and Global Infrastructure.
The Jones Lang LaSalle Seaport and Airport Index
A highlight of the report is The Jones Lang LaSalle Seaport and Airport Index, which measures a variety of key performance indicators and gives each location a comparative score ranging from 30 to100. The Index provides a market indicator of overall desirability of each sea and air port market from the perspective of the real estate stakeholder. The report also contains concise, enlightening discussions on subjects such as public-private partnerships and intermodal traffic trends.
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