The Industrial Market Report for the San Gabriel Valley Submarket of Los Angeles in the Fourth Quarter of 2023.
During the fourth quarter of 2023, the San Gabriel Valley Industrial Submarket of Los Angeles experienced a continuation of the trend where available space increased once again, marking a significant factor in the local industrial real estate landscape. This rise in available space suggests potential shifts in market dynamics, such as increased supply or adjustments in tenant demand, influencing the overall vacancy rates in the submarket.
The submarket faced a minor setback in terms of average rents, which decreased by $0.07 to $1.56 NNN (Triple Net Lease). This decrease may be attributed to the delicate balance between supply and demand, tenant negotiations, and broader economic factors that impact the pricing dynamics of industrial properties in the San Gabriel Valley.
Within the Pomona Industrial Market, warehouse buildings in the fourth quarter of 2023 had an average sale price of $308.76 per square foot (PSF). This figure provides valuable insights into the local market's pricing dynamics, reflecting the perceived value of industrial properties in Pomona during that specific quarter.
In the neighboring City of Industry, the average sale price per square foot for warehouse buildings stood higher at $351.68. This higher price point suggests that the City of Industry maintained a premium position within the San Gabriel Valley, potentially due to factors such as strategic location, specialized facilities, or a higher level of demand in that specific submarket.
Looking at the San Gabriel Valley Industrial Market as a whole, the average sale price settled at $304.52 PSF during Q4 of 2023. This comprehensive figure encompasses the performance of various submarkets within the San Gabriel Valley, highlighting the overall pricing trend for industrial properties across the region.
In summary, the fourth quarter of 2023 witnessed an increase in available space in the San Gabriel Valley Industrial Submarket, coupled with a slight decrease in average rents. The variations in average sale prices across specific markets, such as Pomona and the City of Industry, add complexity to the overall real estate landscape. Stakeholders and investors may find value in analyzing these trends to make informed decisions in response to the evolving dynamics of the San Gabriel Valley's industrial real estate market.