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CINCINNATI, DAYTON, OH—The revival of the auto industry and growth of consumer spending, among other factors, has revived the market for industrial properties in much of Ohio. The Cincinnati/Dayton metropolitan area, for example, has attracted greater interest from industrial occupiers and investors. Cincinnati and its suburbs started off the year with nearly 1.3-million-square-feet of positive net absorption, according to Xceligent’s 1st Quarter 2014 Industrial Market Trends report. And Dayton companies also appeared busy, as that area also saw about 1.3-million-square-feet of positive net absorption.

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