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Newmark Knight Frank's Industrial Services division comprises expert real estate advisors throughout the United States, who are committed to meeting the needs of industrial tenants and property owners by providing comprehensive real estate services specifically tailored to the industrial market.

The services provided by the Industrial Services division are designed to take a client through every stage of a transaction, from strategic planning and site selection to the closing of a deal. The division is qualified to handle any client requirement, from a portfolio review of existing locations to the sale of a redundant property.

For tenants, the Industrial Services team handles relocations, renewals, lease restructures and dispositions. In order to effectively represent owners of industrial space, our team has an intimate understanding of the industrial marketplace allowing us to market the space effectively, resulting in quick transactions and minimal down time. As experts in the industrial investment sales market, we have the knowledge to assist with building purchase, build-to-suit assignments and building sales.

The strength of Newmark Knight Frank's Industrial Services team is its understanding and devotion to industrial clients. The team is acutely aware of the needs specific to industrial tenants and owners from loading bay requirements to environmental and zoning regulations. In addition, the team has an intimate knowledge of all facets of the industrial marketplace and prides itself on having a current understanding of the trends and options available to clients, making Newmark Knight Frank's Industrial Services Division a valuable asset for both industrial tenants and owners throughout the United States.

Primary Service Offerings Include:

  • Tenant and Owner Representation
  • Logistics Evaluation
  • Strategic Planning and Building Repositioning
  • Facility Assessment
  • Financial and Economic Incentive Analysis
  • Drive Time Studies, Geographic Searches and Zoning Issues