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Market Brief...

Dallas/Fort Worth

INDUSTRIAL

4Q19 Property Pictured Above: 3130 N Longhorn Drive | Lancaster, Texas 75134


TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. DALLAS/FORT WORTH INDUSTRIAL SUBMARKETS & EXPERTS

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2. OVERALL DALLAS/FORT WORTH INDUSTRIAL MARKET A. Industrial Trends & Transactions

B. Facts and Figures

2. SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE A. Great Southwest/Arlington

B. C. D. E. F. G.

DFW Airport Northeast Dallas South Dallas Northwest Dallas North Fort Worth South Fort Worth

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HLC SUBMARKET COVERAGE

DFW


HLC DFW INDUSTRIAL MARKET EXPERTS

JIM BRICE

MATT CARTHEY

CANON SHOULTS

JOHN GORMAN

JOSH BARNES

ANDREW GILBERT

BEN WALLACE

THOMAS GRAFTON

Partner - Texas Leasing jbrice@hldallas.com 972.280.8306

Partner - Managing Principal mcarthey@hlfortworth.com 817.710.1111

Managing Principal cshoults@hldallas.com 972.280.8328

Senior Vice President jgorman@hldallas.com 214.920.9800

Senior Vice President jbarnes@hldallas.com 972.280.8353

Market Director agilbert@hldallas.com 972.280.8312

Market Director bwallace@hldallas.com 972.421.1966

Market Associate tgrafton@hlfortworth.com 817.632.6152

GEORGE JENNINGS

KEATON DUHON

MADDY CANTY

HOGAN HARRISON

HARRISON PUTT

BO PUCKETT

BLAKE TROIANI

Market Associate gjennings@hlfortworth.com 817.632.6151

Market Associate kduhon@hlfortworth.com 817.284.5555

Market Associate mcanty@hldallas.com 972.280.8325

Market Associate hharrison@hlfortworth.com 817.710.7058

Market Associate hputt@hldallas.com 972.265.0124

Market Analyst bpuckett@hldallas.com 972.265.0123

Market Analyst btroiani@hldallas.com 972.265.0126

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HLC OUTLOOK Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

8,607,160

4,062,741

6,902,318

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

6.6%

6.2%

6.3%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

11,327,816

13,638,320

15,908,191

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

28,491,067

35,755,046

32,281,181

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

12,434,809

2,557,587

6,199,769

The Dallas-Fort Worth industrial market ended 2019 with record levels of construction and absorption. It continues to be one of the strongest industrial markets in the country. Previously considered fourth among the preferred locations, Dallas has recently overtaken Chicago as the third most sought-after market for both national logistics distribution and institutional capital. At year-end 2019, CoStar reported net positive absorption of 25.25M SF which set a new high watermark for the DFW Industrial market. DFW industrial construction reached a new peak as well with 29.7M SF being delivered in 2019 and 28.5M SF currently under construction. Subsequently, the overall market vacancy has remained stable at a healthy 6.6% +/since 1Q 2016. While construction numbers appear to be significantly higher when compared to previous years, it is worth noting that 8.8M SF is either pre-leased or a build-to-suit project. In South Dallas, leasing activity is on the rise and construction activity is slowing considerably. Therefore, we expect the vacancy rate in this particular market to return to a healthy balance. Attention is now shifting toward the 10.8M SF of new construction in North Fort Worth. Given the lack of available portfolio opportunities and the increasing demand from investors we expect speculative development will remain strong in the coming year.

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HLC DFW

INDUSTRIAL TRENDS & TRANSACTIONS TRENDS & TRANSACTIONS

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS

• Need For Speed - More spec offices

• DHL has signed a 489,796 SF lease in 121 Lakepointe Crossing with Stockbridge.

• Desire For Flexibility - Requested expansion options and/or phased in occupancy

• Amazon has signed a 419,626 SF lease in 8901 Forney Road with Dalfen.

• Drive To Increase Efficiency - Increase parking requirements - Increased demand for high-quality second generation options vs rising rates for new construction • Increased Attention On Workforce - Where are they coming from? - Better work environment (Ex. HVAC Warehouse) • Foreign Companies Look To Avoid Tariffs • Concessions are Still Prevalent Yet Measured - 2 to 4 months free for 10-year deals • TI Requests And Costs Continue To Increase • Pre-Leasing - 8.8M SF is pre-leased or build-to-suit projects

• Benjamin Moore has signed a 237,926 SF lease in 2525 E State Highway 121 with Stockbridge. • Dal-Tile las signed a 156,293 SF lease in 510 N Peachtree Road with Clarion Partners. • Hayes Retail Services has signed a 154,191 SF sublease in 3901 W Miller Road with Fossil. • Pratt Industries has signed a 145,967 SF lease in 3800 Leon Drive with IDI Logistics. • Walls + Forms has signed a 95K SF lease in 15000 Grand River Road with Scannell.

TOP HLC LEASE TRANSACTIONS • Vital Pharmaceuticals has signed a 217,537 SF lease in 160 W Everman Parkway with TA Realty.

HLC Deal

• Tenet Healthsystems Medical has signed a 81,644 SF lease in 1150 Hayden Drive with AEW.

HLC Deal

• Dakota Premium Hardwoods has signed a 77,415 SF lease in 631 – 641 W Mockingbird Road with TA Realty.

HLC Deal


HLC DFW FACTS & FIGURES

Market

Existing Inventory

# Bldgs.

Total RBA

14,000,000

9.0%

12,000,000

8.0% 10,000,000

7.0% 6.0%

8,000,000

5.0% 6,000,000

4.0%

Vacancy

Direct SF

OVERALL DFW

10.0%

3.0%

4,000,000

2.0%

Total SF

Vac. %

DFW Airport

633

79,848,670

5,266,412

5,594,696

7.0%

East Dallas

609

47,482,163

3,477,145

3,574,359

7.5%

Great SW/Arlington

1,111

113,298,155

6,117,180

6,275,714

5.5%

Henderson County

18

1,204,851

29,387

29,387

2.4%

North Fort Worth

697

100,431,123

6,713,213

7,090,673

7.1%

Northeast Dallas

1,511

111,345,715

7,453,072

8,464,289

7.6%

2,000,000

1.0% 0.0%

0 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

Absorption

3Q 18

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

Deliveries

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

VACANCY - OVERALL DFW

10.0% 9.0% 8.0%

6.6%

6.1%

6.3%

5.9%

7.0% 6.0% 5.0% 4.0% 3.0% 2.0%

1,353

110,324,045

4,891,578

5,212,250

4.7%

NW Dallas Outlying

24

2,185,084

72,321

72,321

3.3%

South Dallas

691

102,512,153

10,359,437

10,359,653

10.1%

South Fort Worth

1,426

79,393,501

4,279,198

4,350,602

5.5%

South Stemmons

2,076

114,856,357

5,590,600

5,827,272

5.1%

Totals

10,149

862,881,817

54,249,543

56,851,216

6.6%

1.0% 0.0%

4Q 16

Northwest Dallas

0.3%

0.2% 1Q 17

2Q 17

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

Direct

3Q 18

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

Sublet

3Q 19

4Q 19

Total

ABSORPTION - OVERALL DFW 22,500,000 20,000,000 17,500,000 15,000,000 12,500,000 10,000,000 7,500,000 5,000,000 2,500,000 0 4Q 16

YTD Net Absorption

YTD Deliveries

Under Construction SF

YTD Leasing Activity

DFW Airport

3,041,841

3,228,537

4,369,907

5,775,080

East Dallas

1,458,921

2,558,682

1,200,000

1,938,301

Great SW/Arlington

3,095,990

4,306,810

3,466,210

4,794,327

3,200

0

0

0

Market

1Q 17

2Q 17

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Total Net

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Leasing Activity

CONSTRUCTION - OVERALL DFW 40,000,000 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000

Henderson County

15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 0 4Q 16

North Fort Worth

5,477,187

5,450,337

10,790,476

5,401,679

Northeast Dallas

91,495

2,172,478

2,632,124

5,655,599

Northwest Dallas

2,328,151

2,715,623

827,364

7,028,305

44,479

72,900

86,000

16,763

South Dallas

5,984,863

3,137,425

3,219,942

6,878,335

South Fort Worth

(377,196)

1,193,745

1,510,222

2,717,961

South Stemmons

4,103,870

4,871,394

388,822

7,200,287

25,252,801

29,707,931

28,491,067

47,406,637

NW Dallas Outlying

Totals

1Q 17

2Q 17

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

Delivered Inventory

2Q 18

3Q 18

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Under Construction

NET ABSORPTION/DELIVERIES 2010 - 2019

7 Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report


SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE GREAT SOUTHWEST/ARLINGTON

HLC OUTLOOK

14+ YEARS CRE EXPERIENCE

The Great Southwest (GSW) industrial submarket consists of approximately 113M SF and had a strong performance throughout 2019. Per CoStar reporting, GSW experienced positive absorption of 3,095,990 SF with 4.8M SF of leasing activity through year-end 2019. GSW reported year end new construction completions of 4.3M SF (78% pre-leased with GM accounting for 1.2M SF) and an additional 3.5M SF of product currently under construction (53% preleased with Home Depot accounting for 1.5M SF). The 4Q 2019 vacancy rate decreased slightly to 5.5% versus 5.7% in 3Q 2019. As we enter 2020, we expect GSW to remain strong and stable as leasing activity remains consistent.

CANON SHOULTS Managing Principal cshoults@hldallas.com 972.280.8328

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,049,816

(922,073)

1,655,700

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

5.5%

5.8%

4.6%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,169,059

1,791,760

3,380,104

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

3,466,210

3,645,912

6,962,038

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

755,825

485,901

604,986

VITAL STATS

10.0%

3,500,000

9.0%

3,000,000

8.0%

2,500,000

7.0%

2,000,000

6.0%

1,500,000

5.0%

• Poly America has signed a 190K SF lease in 850 State Highway 161 with Heller Industrial Parks. • Walls + Forms has signed a 95K SF lease in 15000 Grand River Road with Scannell. • CDI Technologies has signed a 79K SF lease in 951 Valley View with Liberty Property Trust/ProLogis. • Paragon Furniture has signed a 52K SF expansion in 918 113th Street with Sealy.

HLC Deal

DEALS IN THE MARKET • Stonelake Urban Logistics Portfolio – Stonelake is selling a 3.1M SF portfolio with two (2) buildings in the GSW submarket. • Dallas Infill Industrial Portfolio – Rialto sold a 1.5 M SF package to Sealy. Three (3) buildings are in the GSW submarket. • Oakdale Logistics Center – PLR is selling a 400K SF shell building. • Ironwood I-30 – Iron Wood is selling a 193K SF building and is currently under contract with Office Star Products.

1,000,000

4.0%

500,000

3.0%

0

2.0%

(500,000)

1.0% 0.0%

(1,000,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS • Dallas Global Industrial Center | 9314 W Jefferson Boulevard – a 1.5M SF built-to-suit for Home Depot with NorthPoint Development • 1113 W Oakdale Road – a 576,123 SF spec development with Crow Holdings Industrial • Cooper I-20 Building C | 1131 W Bardin Road – a 420K SF spec development with Flaherty Development/Barings • Oakdale Logistics Center | 949 W Oakdale Road – a

401,557 SF spec development with PLR • Wildlife 11 | 747 Refuge Way – a 312K SF development with Crow Holdings Industrial, pre-leased to NTW, Inc. • 3301 E Park Row Drive – a 155,730 SF spec development with LaSalle/Stream Realty • Wildlife 7 | 2515 N Belt Line Road – a 100,800 SF spec development with Crow Holdings Industrial

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • Oakdale Logistics Center | 949 W Oakdale Road – 401K SF • Cooper I-20 Building C | 1131 W Bardin Road – 401K SF • 14900 Trinity Boulevard – 310K SF • 3254 W Trinity Boulevard – 305K SF • Parkway Logistics Center | 2911 S Great Southwest Parkway – 271K SF


SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE DFW AIRPORT

HLC OUTLOOK

7+ YEARS

The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Airport industrial submarket vacancy rate is 7.0% at the end of 4Q 2019 with year-to-date absorption totaling 3,041,841 SF. DFW International Airport is ranked as one of the largest cargo airports in the country. It boasts a high proportion of newer buildings since 2000 and, as a result, the submarket has a high concentration of efficient product with clear heights and dock configurations suitable for modern distribution. The submarket consists of large big-box users including Amazon, Uline, PPG, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Fresenius Medical.

CRE EXPERIENCE ANDREW GILBERT Market Director agilbert@hldallas.com 972.280.8312

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

Rental rates have remained strong ranging from $4.50 to $8.50 for bulk distribution and shallow bay product. Rental abatements range from 2 to 4 months depending on renewal, versus new deals and the size of the lease transaction. Tenant improvement costs remain high because of increasing tenant demands and construction costs.

vs. 12 Mths Ago

397,989

577,097

683,803

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

7.0%

7.5%

7.1%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,135,066

1,789,159

2,569,891

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

4,369,907

4,269,907

3,228,537

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

-

-

(1,823,937)

VITAL STATS

9.0%

2,965,000

8.0% 2,465,000

The DFW Airport submarket continues to be one of the top three markets for institutional owners to buy or develop in the metroplex. With fee-simple land built out, most of the development currently taking place is on 40-year ground lease land owned by DFW Airport. The developers have banded together and hired Ernst & Young to assist them in obtaining the Triple Freeport Tax Exemption for all buildings south of the airport located in Passport Park. The goal is to have the exemption in place by the end of 2020 which will dramatically increase the deal flow for bulk product in the southern portion of the submarket.

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS • Ericsson has signed a 306,280 SF lease in Majestic Airport Center with Majestic Realty. • International Auto Logistics has signed a 246,400 SF lease in 1717 W Airfield with Clarion Partners. • Waterlogic has signed a 111,012 SF lease in the Prologis Freeport Corporate Center at 3175 Bass Pro with Prologis. • Exponential Property Materials has signed a 106,500 SF lease in 8600 N Royal Lane with Sovereign Investments. • Grimco has signed a 67,080 SF lease in 200 Northpoint Drive with DRA Advisors. • Concord Industries has signed a 51,345 lease in 4155 Patriot Drive with JP Morgan.

7.0% 6.0%

1,965,000

5.0% 1,465,000 4.0% 3.0%

965,000

2.0% 465,000 1.0% 0.0%

(35,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

NEW DEVELOPMENTS

• 2900 Genesis Way – a 404K SF build-to-suit development for The Trade Group with 85K SF available to be leased • DFW Airfield Logistics Center – a 355K SF two (2) building project with Clarion, set for completion in 2Q 2020 • Prologis Park 121 – a 240K SF two (2) building project with Prologis, they are expected to be completed at the beginning of 2Q 2020

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • • • • •

2601 S Airfield Drive – 1,000,584 SF 2700 Market Street – 375,400 SF 2600 Market Street – 267,254 SF 1717 W Airfield Drive – 252,400 SF 204 Airline Drive – 147,174 SF

• Passport Park – a 2M SF four (4) building project with Trammell Crow, set for completion in 2Q 2020 • Passport Logistics Center – a 1.2M SF three (3) building project with Dalfen Industrial • Mustang Park – a 1M SF three (3) building project with Prologis

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE NORTHEAST & EAST DALLAS

HLC OUTLOOK

11+ YEARS

While Northeast and East Dallas reported negative net absorption in 4Q 2019, the final year-to-date absorption was favorable and the vacancy rate remained at a reasonable level. Looking forward, the development wave is still rising in the Northeast and East Dallas industrial submarkets as evidenced by the newly announced projects. With limited land sites available in the more mature submarkets, developers are reaching as far north as McKinney and to the eastern boundaries of Mesquite. Leasing activity submarket-wide has remained strong and we continue to see rental rates climb steadily. Second generation vacancies have continued to do well as a lower cost alternative to the premium new developments. With the next wave of construction underway, we anticipate lease rates in the short term to hold the line due to the increased competition in the future.

CRE EXPERIENCE JOSH BARNES

Principal jbarnes@hldallas.com 972.280.8353

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS • Amazon has signed a 419,626 SF lease in 8901 Forney Road with Dalfen.

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

(301,863)

(761,083)

436,062

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

7.6%

6.7%

5.7%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

Peachtree Road with Clarion Partners.

• Pratt Industries has signed a 145,967 SF lease in 3800 Leon Drive with IDI Logistics.

2,354,363

2,160,702

1,472,802

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

• Petrochoice has signed a 52,690 SF renewal in 12001 – 12003 Corporate Drive with Proterra.

3,832,124

4,670,594

5,048,180

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

485,546

• Hayes Retail Services has signed a 154,191 SF sublease in 3901 W Miller Road with Fossil.

U/C SF

1,102,062

• Dal-Tile has signed a 156,293 SF lease in 510 N

• Ultrachase has signed a 36,409 SF lease in 3901 W Miller Road with First Industrial.

901,318

• Alliance Communication has signed a 35,609 SF lease in 3901 W Miller Road with First Industrial.

VITAL STATS

8.0%

1,950,000 1,700,000 1,450,000

6.0%

1,200,000 950,000 700,000

4.0%

450,000 200,000 (50,000)

2.0%

(300,000)

DEALS IN THE MARKET • 4040 Forest Lane – Fort Capital is selling a 649,361 SF building, currently occupied primarily by At Home. • Shutterfly BTS – Core 5 is selling a 237K SF buildto-suit project.

(550,000) 0.0%

(800,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS • Urban District 30 – a 980,700 SF five (5) building spec project with Urban Logistics Realty • East Dallas Logistics Center – a 545,547 SF two (2) building spec project with Dalfen

• CORE5 Logistics at McKinney (Phase 1) – a 431,234 SF two (2) building spec project with Core5 Industrial Partners • Cowboys Merchandising Center BTS – a 407,918 SF cross-dock build-to-suit development with Blue Star Land • McKinney Trade Center – a 367,455 SF three (3) building spec project with ML Realty Partners • Marquis Distribution Center – a 355,071 SF two (2) building spec project with Huntington/Link Industrial • 5351 Samuell Boulevard – a 198,109 SF two (2) building spec project with Conor Commercial • 2900 E Plano Parkway – a 176,854 SF two (2) building spec project with Provident • Star Commerce Center II – a 141K SF rear-load spec development with Blue Star Land • Shiloh Business Center – a 131,960 SF cross-dock spec development with TA Realty

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • 3000 West Kingsley – 341,840 SF • 915 Enterprise Boulevard – 195,743 SF • 15815 Executive Drive – 187,108 SF • 1501 Kings Road – 154,394 SF • 2600 McCree Road – 152,139 SF


SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE NORTHWEST DALLAS

HLC OUTLOOK

7+ YEARS

CRE EXPERIENCE

Through 4Q 2019, the Northwest Dallas industrial submarket continued to be one of the strongest submarkets in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The submarket posted a 4.73% vacancy rate at the end of 4Q which is up from the 4.3% rate at the end of 2Q 2019. The last few smaller land sites are tied up as Billingsley, Panattoni, and Longpoint all have either broken ground or plan to break ground this year. All three of the new developments will range from 159K to 178K SF. The size that generates the most demand in Northwest Dallas is between 25K and 100K SF. The three aforementioned developments can be demised to accommodate this ideal range. Eastgroup and First Industrial are currently under construction on the next phase of their developments in Lewisville on Highway 121.

ANDREW GILBERT Market Director agilbert@hldallas.com 972.280.8312

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

357,450

653,121

919,286

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

4.7%

4.1%

4.5%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,261,042

1,775,888

3,058,157

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

827,364

1,368,217

2,630,203

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,036,596

677,240

507,500

TOP TRANSACTIONS • DHL has signed a 489,796 SF lease in 121 Lakepointe Crossing with Stockbridge.

• Benjamin Moore has signed a 237,926 SF lease in 2525 E State Highway 121 with Stockbridge.

• Swiss American has signed a 131,760 SF lease in 1540 Luna Road with RREEF.

• Amerisource has signed a 121,400 SF lease in 2828 Trade Center with Morgan Stanley

• Shearer Supply has signed a 111,272 SF lease in 1500 Luna Road with Link Industrial.

• Tenet Healthsystems Medical has signed a 81,644

HLC Deal

VITAL STATS 7.0%

2,250,000

6.0% 1,750,000 5.0% 1,250,000

4.0% 3.0%

750,000

2.0% 250,000 1.0% 0.0%

(250,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

SF lease in 1150 Hayden Drive with AEW.

DEALS IN THE MARKET • Stonelake Urban Logistics Portfolio – Stonelake is selling a 3M SF portfolio across Dallas, Houston and San Antonio with five (5) buildings in the submarket (600K SF). • DFW Shallay Bay Industrial Portfolio – Fort Capital is selling a 609,639 SF eight (8) building portfolio with 155K SF located in the submarket.

NEW DEVELOPMENTS • First Park 121 – a five (5) building project with First Industrial totaling over 1.1M SF. 434,000 SF is under construction which is 75% leased • Point 35/190 – a 178,500 SF development with Longpoint, set to break ground in 1Q 2020 • Mercer Business Park – a 175K SF development with Billingsley, set for completion in July 2020 • Valley View – a 159,405 SF development with Panattoni, set for completion in 2Q 2020 • Creekview 121 – a 137,333 SF two (2) building project with Eastgroup, demissable to 15K SF

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • 1800 Waters Ridge Drive – 267,902 SF • 1900 N Josey Lane – 259,900 SF • 1001 Lakeside Parkway – 234,224 SF • 2150 Midway Road 219,808 SF • 1625 Hutton – 118,195 SF

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE SOUTH DALLAS

HLC OUTLOOK

30+ YEARS

The South Dallas industrial submarket, as surveyed, is 127M SF and is now 9.6% vacant which is 0.6% lower than reported in 3Q 2019. In accordance with the area surveyed, CoStar is reporting 3.3M SF of net absorption for South Dallas in 4Q 2019. South Dallas has 3.5M SF under construction in the I-30 and I-20 corridors combined, and it continues to outpace absorption. However, 50% or 1.75M SF of the new construction is for build-to-suit or design build assignments. The remaining 50%, or 1.75M SF, under construction is speculative development and 672K SF of that, along interstate 30, was leased to Geodis in 4Q 2019. The southern corridors along I-20, I-30, and I-45 continue to produce new opportunities for development. Fortunately, the previous halt of construction by capital sources along I-20 and I-45 has assisted the South Dallas submarket which has had relatively low deal velocity to join the remaining Dallas submarkets with single digit vacancy of 9.6%.

CRE EXPERIENCE JOHN GORMAN Senior Vice President jgorman@hldallas.com 214.920.9800

Please note: The area CoStar uses for the South Dallas Submarket differs slightly from the Submarket John covers. Numbers may vary.

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

2,151,521

2,705,996

1,333,776

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

10.1%

10.8%

13.3%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,397,541

1,288,036

1,866,519

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

3,219,942

4,429,992

4,396,231

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,660,050

320,000

499,678

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS • Zume has signed a 1,044,647 SF lease in 4700

VITAL STATS

16.0%

3,600,000

14.0%

3,100,000 12.0% 2,600,000 10.0% 2,100,000 8.0%

Cleveland Road with Hines Industrial. • Geodis has signed a 672,775 SF lease in 1401 Chalk Hill Road with Clarion. • Supply Chain Management has signed a 337,931 SF lease in 1200 W Wintergreen with Core 5 Industrial Partners. • Allied Stone has signed a 226,983 SF lease in 1240 E Centre Park Boulevard with Morgan Stanley. • Pierce Hardy has signed a 66,970 SF lease in 3625 La Reunion Parkway with Taurus Investment Holdings. • Atlantic Packaging has signed a 50,390 SF lease in 3801 La Reunion Parkway with Prologis. • FreshOne has signed a 42,071 SF lease in 4001 Adler Road with Brookfield.

1,600,000 6.0%

1,100,000

4.0%

600,000

2.0%

100,000

0.0%

(400,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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DEALS IN THE MARKET • Turnpike Distribution Center – Stonelake is selling a 1,272,837 SF portfolio.

• Wintergreen Distribution Center – Core 5 Industrial is selling a 754,897 SF building at 1200 W Wintergreen Road. • Intermodal Business Center – Bradford Companies is selling 1704 S Interstate 45.

NEW DEVELOPMENTS • 1230 E Cleveland Road – a 1,004,674 SF development with Seefried Properties • 5300 Mountain Creek Parkway – a 863,328 SF development with First Industrial • 1401 Chalk Hill Road – a 672,775 SF development with Clarion Partners • 820 E. Wintergreen Road – 615,060 SF development with Jones Development Company • 1501 Chalk Hill Road – a 608,939 SF development with Clarion Partners • 4025 E Interstate 30 – a 296,615 SF development with Stream Realty

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • Liberty Property Trust | 3535 N Houston School Road – 900,043 SF

• 3300 Cedardale Road | Building 1 – a 776,630 SF vacancy with Morgan Stanley

• SouthPointe 20/35 | Building 2 – a 660,312 SF spec vacancy with UBS

• NFI Logistics Center | 9890 Bonnie View Road – 626,439 SF

• I-35 Logistics Crossing | 2801 N Houston School Road – a 610,086 SF vacancy with Crow Holdings


SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE SOUTH STEMMONS

HLC OUTLOOK

14+ YEARS

At the end of 4Q 2019, HLC’s South Stemmons industrial submarket posted a 3.78% vacancy rate and continues to be one of the strongest performing submarkets in Dallas. Leasing activity is strong throughout the submarket for tenants between 10K and 50K SF. This is due to these tenants relocating to Brookhollow from the Design District. Absorption for 4Q 2020 totaled a negative 500K SF. This is because demand is not as strong for over 50K SF in the Brookhollow submarket as it is for the smaller spaces. It is expected that the negative absorption number will reverse as we move into 4Q 2020 due to the lack of development sites in the submarket as well as new deals that were signed this quarter. Since 2013, rental rates in the submarket have increased 40% for space under 50K SF and, in some cases, renewals have increased more than 50%. This is a key statistic as this size encompasses the majority of spaces in the submarket.

CRE EXPERIENCE

CANON SHOULTS Managing Principal cshoults@hldallas.com 972.280.8328

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

4,274,018

(2,952)

253,216

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

5.1%

4.9%

4.7%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

2,093,190

2,025,819

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

388,822

5,067,216

4,574,714

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

193,000

-

VITAL STATS

8.0%

lease in 1242 Regal Row with Keating Resources.

• Dakota Premium Hardwoods has signed a 77,415

HLC Deal

2,449,061

4,678,394

TOP TRANSACTIONS • Lone Star Electric Supply has signed a 136,362 SF

4,700,000 7.0%

4,200,000

SF lease in 631-641 W Mockingbird Road with TA Realty. • St. Clair Real Estate has closed on a 38,940 SF acquisition for 9259 King Arthur Drive. • White Glove Storage and Delivery has signed a 47, 600 SF lease in 1210 Inwood with Hines. • Link Design Solutions has signed a 41,947 SF lease in 2007 Royal Lane with DRA Advisors. • RSI Building Products of Texas has signed a 41,081 SF lease in 1211 Regal Row with Stonelake.

HLC Deal

NEW DEVELOPMENTS • Core 35 Logistics Center – a 388,822 SF two (2) building project with Crow Holdings. The project is located at Walnut Hill and I-35 and is expected to be completed in 1Q 2020.

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • 8801 Ambassador Row – 183,443 SF • 7600 Ambassador Row – 66,915 SF • 111 Regal Row – 59,440 SF • 2007 Royal Lane – 45,777 SF

3,700,000

6.0%

3,200,000 5.0%

2,700,000 2,200,000

4.0%

1,700,000 3.0%

1,200,000 700,000

2.0%

200,000 1.0%

(300,000)

0.0%

(800,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

DEALS IN THE MARKET • DFW Shallow Bay Portfolio – Fort Capital is selling a portfolio totaling over 600,000 SF which includes two (2) buildings in the South Stemmons submarket, totaling 120,000 SF. • 1330 Regal Row – a 250,770 SF building currently located in the heart of Brookhollow. This is the former Mary Kay facility. • 415 Regal Row – a 44K SF building currently on the market in Brookhollow

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SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE NORTH FORT WORTH

HLC OUTLOOK

7 YEARS

As anticipated, the North Fort Worth submarket saw a slight spike in vacancy rate in 4Q to 7.1%, up from a five-quarter low of 5.4%. The spike, however, is relatively low considering only 3,056,882 SF of expected 5.3M SF delivered before year-end. Regardless of the vacancy rate North Fort Worth still saw a healthy absorption of 1,272,899 SF which was only outpaced twice (1Q and 3Q 2019) over the past 2 years. The submarket’s vitality for the 2019 calendar year was highlighted by the year-end, positive net absorption of 5,477,187 SF over the 5,450,337 SF of deliveries, and further by the influx of new tenants into the market with the likes of CTDI, Schluter Systems, Bombardier, and KT&G all executing leases. Although all signs point to the continuation of a vibrant and growing submarket, expect to see a sustained uptick in the vacancy rate in 2020 as another 10M SF is set to hit the market.

CRE EXPERIENCE GEORGE JENNINGS Market Associate gjennings@hlfortworth.com 817.632.6151

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,272,899

1,754,793

645,049

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

7.1%

5.4%

7.5%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

570,877

1,970,191

667,821

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

10,790,476

10,637,986

4,146,030

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

3,056,882

95,900

1,737,124

VITAL STATS

10.0%

3,350,000

2,850,000 8.0% 2,350,000 6.0%

1,850,000

1,350,000

4.0%

850,000 2.0% 350,000

0.0%

(150,000) 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

Absorption

3Q 17

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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• Walmart has signed a 213K SF lease in Park 820 Building 2. • Bell Textron has signed a 138,821 SF lease in Fossil Creek Crossing 3. • Precision Transmission has signed an 80,600 SF lease in Mark IV Commerce Park 2. • The Goodness Project has signed a 71,400 SF lease in 2550 McMillian Parkway. • KT&G has signed a 56,609 SF expansion in Fossil Creek Crossing 2.

DEALS IN THE MARKET

• Fort Worth ISD Campus – a 274,118 three (3) building portfolio • 3200 Northern Cross Boulevard –118,749 SF

NEW DEVELOPMENTS • Northlink A, B & C – a 1,685,781 SF three (3) building project with Hines • Speedway Logistics Crossing – a 1,594,020 SF three (3) building project with Scannell • Westport 11 – a 1,200,536 SF development with Hillwood • Northwest Commerce Park – a 1,051,240 SF three (3) building project with Stream • Mark IV Commerce Park – a 1,025,500 SF three (3) building project with Crow Industrial • Intermodal Logistics Crossing – a 1,007,000 SF development with NorthPoint Development • Westport Logistics Park – a 882,565 SF two (2) building project with CT Realty • Alliance Center North 7 – a 810,908 SF development with Hillwood

• Alliance Center North 3 – a 810,908 SF development with Hillwood • Alliance Northport 2 – a 460,248 SF development with Hillwood • Stanley Black & Decker – a 425K SF development • Southlake/Grapevine project – a 327,219 SF four (4) building project with Frontier Equity • Alliance Northport 4 – a 225,472 SF development with Hillwood

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • • • • • • • •

15245 Heritage Parkway – 1,089,642 SF 1511 NE Loop 820 – 1,023,488 SF 2112 Eagle Parkway – 407,800 SF 4801 Westport Parkway – 400K SF 700-724 Henrietta Creek Boulevard – 384K SF 5650 Alliance Gateway Freeway – 303,458 SF 400 E Industrial Ave – 299,810 SF 4100 E Sam Lee Lane – 225,930 SF


SUBMARKET INTELLIGENCE SOUTH FORT WORTH

HLC OUTLOOK The South Fort Worth industrial submarket posted a 4Q 2019 vacancy of 5.5%, a figure up from 4.7% in 3Q 2019. This is an interesting statistic as the submarket had a large portion of its new construction leased. Spec developments owned by Cabot, Majestic, and Hunt Southwest are all 100% leased. Everman Trade Center, a 457K SF four (4) building project, has been brought to 56% occupancy with prospects close on an additional 11% of the vacancy which should bring it to more than 60% leased by the end of 1Q 2020. Crow Holdings and Rob Riner Companies have broken ground on a 1,058,844 SF four (4) building spec project, while Black Creek Group has closed and begun moving dirt on its 569K SF three (3) building project located on the southwest corner of Joel East and Oak Grove. Finally, the latest groundbreaking is Majestic’s 489,150 SF two (2) building project at its Fort Worth South Business Park. The newest announcement in the submarket is Industrial Realty Group’s 212,175 SF front-load spec development that is expected to break ground in 1Q 2020. At the end of 4Q 2019, there is upward of 5.2M SF of proposed development in the pipeline. We don’t expect groundbreaking on the majority of these projects to hit at once as Majestic, Mereken Land, Jackson Shaw, Carter Foundation, Hillwood, and TCRG control most of the developable tracts. That said, multiple build-to-suits currently in the market could make within the next six months, landing on these controlled sites.

16+ YEARS CRE EXPERIENCE MATT CARTHEY

Partner mcarthey@hlfortworth.com 817.710.1111

Absorption

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

(635,860)

88,290

997,626

Vacancy

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

5.5%

4.5%

3.6%

Leasing Act.

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

990,807

797,331

865,578

U/C SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

1,510,222

1,610,222

1,247,348

Delivered SF

vs. Prev. Qtr

vs. 12 Mths Ago

120,000

300,000

125,766

VITAL STATS

6.0%

1,250,000 1,050,000

5.0%

850,000 650,000

4.0%

TOP LEASE TRANSACTIONS • Vital Pharmaceuticals has signed a 217,537 SF lease HLC Deal

in 160 W Everman Parkway with TA Realty.

• Finishmaster has signed a 12K SF lease in 3316 S Jones Avenue.

DEALS IN THE MARKET • 3030 W Bolt Street – a 136,570 SF building • 3000 W Pafford – a 53,489 SF building • 1741 Commerce Drive – a 43,700 SF building • 8900 Forum Way – 20,000 SF building

NEW DEVELOPMENTS • Carter Distribution Center FED – a 1,058,844 SF HLC Deal

four (4) building project with Rob Riner Companies and Crow Holdings Capital • 425 W Everman Parkway – a 650K SF build-to-suit development with Ball Corporation • Joel East and Oak Grove Road – a 569K SF three (3) building project with Black Creek Group • Fort Worth South Business Park | Buildings 2 and 3 – a 489,150 SF two (2) building project with Majestic Realty • 5054 South Freeway – a 212,175 SF development with Industrial Realty Group • 501 Easy Drive – a 173,603 SF building expansion with Klein Tools

450,000 3.0%

250,000 50,000

2.0%

-150,000 -350,000

1.0%

-550,000 0.0%

-750,000 4Q 16

1Q 17

2Q 17

3Q 17

Absorption

4Q 17

1Q 18

2Q 18

3Q 18

Deliveries

4Q 18

1Q 19

2Q 19

3Q 19

4Q 19

Vacancy

LARGE EXISTING VACANCIES • 7550 Oak Grove Road – 471,847 SF • 301 E Risinger Road – 148,450 SF • 1400 Everman Parkway – 145K SF • 8300 South Freeway – 106,308 SF

Source: CoStar 4Q 2019 Industrial Report

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4Q 2019 DFW Industrial Market Brief  

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4Q 2019 DFW Industrial Market Brief  

Read about current deals in the market, trends & transactions, and submarkets from our experts!