Vacancy Rate in the Dayton Industrial Market Continues to Decline

The vacancy rate in the Dayton market continues to remain low at 11.4%. The result has been less flexibility from property owners, meaning higher lease rates and longer lease terms. Industrial users have found it increasingly difficult to find viable... Learn More

Medical Manufacturer coming to West Carrollton

Miller-Valentine Group will be renovating NuVasive’s new facility, in preparation for the medical manufacturer coming to West Carrollton. NuVasive accepted the real estate group’s bid to renovate the property last Thursday and Miller-Valentine is currently seeking demolition permits to immediately... Learn More

Dayton Industrial Market Sees Great Improvement

The Dayton industrial market continues to make significant gains. Over the past year, the vacancy rate dropped to 13.96%, a record 5.43% decrease from the previous year. The industrial market has not reached rates this low since the early 2000s.... Learn More

Dayton Industrial Market Continues to Recover

According to our 2014 Industrial Market Survey, throughout this year, the Dayton industrial market has shown signs of moving from the recovery phase into the beginning stages of expansion in the real estate market cycle.  The overall vacancy rate for... Learn More

LOGISTICS — Heating Up the CRE Market in the Dayton Region

Distribution and Logistics Management is a growing and developing segment for the Dayton-Cincinnati region entering 2014.  Over the past five years, there have been several new facilities that have been developed along the Interstate 70/75 corridors including: Payless Shoes –... Learn More

Dayton Commercial Real Estate Market Trends

The market trends for the Dayton region are focused around four distinct sectors, multi-family, office, industrial, and retail. The following is Miller-Valentine Group Realty Services’ overview of the current real estate market in terms of the five following outlooks: vacancy and... Learn More

Remarkable Improvement in the Dayton Industrial Market

The Dayton industrial market has made impressive gains in the last year. Since 2009, vacancy rates have hovered between 24 to 26%. Now the vacancy rate has dropped to 20%, a 4.23% decrease from 2012. The vacancy rate doesn’t tell... Learn More

Optimism in the Dayton Industrial Market

The industrial market in Dayton should continue to improve due to a recent increase in transactions. People are still being cautious with transactions but there is a hint of optimism coming about. The biggest concern regarding the industrial market is... Learn More

Buyers and Tenants Remain Cautiously Optimistic

During the first quarter of 2013 the Dayton commercial and industrial real estate markets tracked closely with the national political climate with modest activity in all market sectors. In the third and fourth quarters of 2012 activity from buyers and... Learn More

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