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SAN DIEGO-San Diego’s industrial market, an area made up nearly 160 million square feet of product in 26 distinct submarkets, is divided almost equally among Warehouse/Distribution, Manufacturing, and Flex/R&D properties. Manufacturing and Distribution projects, which have hovered around 10% vacant  in past years, are outperforming Flex/R&D buildings, which posted 16% vacancy in the fourth quarter of 2011 after a dramatic climb after the onset of the recession, says Jay Alexander, managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle.

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