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Louis Tomaselli Louis Tomaselli

It is no surprise that industrial clear heights are rising. A new report from JLL shows that 36-foot clear heights are the current standard for new construction industrial properties—but in some places the clear heights are growing to 40 feet. These ultra-high clear heights may be preferred, however, they certainly aren’t necessary. With historically low vacancy rates throughout Southern California, it is clear that industrial users are absorbing everything in the market, new and old alike. We sat down with Louis Tomaselli, senior managing director at JLL, to talk about the rising clear heights and what they mean for the market.

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