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MIAMI—There’s a niche market rising on Miami’s industrial real estate scene. Leases under 25,000 square feet and satisfying distribution needs in the realm of smaller space.

While everyone speaks about the large deals (read: Amazon), these smaller industrial transactions make a significant footprint in the local economy, driving business beyond e-commerce. GlobeSt.com caught up with Ernesto Cambo, principal of cpf investment group, developer of AVE Aviation & Commerce, to get his take on the trend.

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