San Francisco and East Bay Industrial Logistics and Warehouses

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*Total buildings and square footage as of May 2021.

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San Francisco Economic Drivers

The San Francisco Bay Area, which includes Oakland, is a vibrant, high-income, densely populated region that serves as high-tech’s global capital. With a consumer base of more than 7.2 million people, it is the nation’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. It is also one of the most dynamic e-commerce consumption markets in the country. The Bay Area has every type of employer—from high-tech companies to social media giants. Consequently, its logistics real estate market may be the most diverse in the country.

Cargo shipments to the Port of Oakland are on the rise as a result of diversion from the congested ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach, as well as the new 18,000-container megaships that now come into the port. This shipping traffic, plus the area’s strong transportation infrastructure, makes the Bay Area an important gateway between Asia and every regional market in the United States.

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