Office Warehouses and Industrial Premises in Costa Rica

The segments of industrial warehouses, and office warehouses, where those that provided the most dynamism in the industrial real estate market in the Greater Metropolitan Area of ​​Costa Rica at the end of the second quarter.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

From the quarterly report by Colliers Costa Rica entitled "Industrial and Logistics Property Market":

At the end of the second quarter of 2016, the Industrial Property Market in the Greater Metropolitan Area in Costa Rica saw significant dynamism in the Industrial and Ofi-Warehouse categories. 

In the specific segment Industrial Warehouses a significant demand was maintained for tailor-made spaces for logistical and distribution purposes.

Read full report (in spanish).

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