OMP Starts Fremont Spec Industrial
FREMONT, CA—Vacancy rates in virtually every market along the I-880 corridor, including Hayward, San Leandro, Union City, Fremont/Newark, Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville and Richmond, continue to fall as demand for industrial space grows.
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