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Industrial projects power a $12 billion impact to Louisiana’s GDP, report finds


Commercial real estate—driven largely by industrial projects—supported more than $6 billion in direct spending in Louisiana last year, along with more than 92,000 jobs, a new report says. The numbers put Louisiana in the nation’s top 10 for the ...


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Commercial real estate—driven largely by industrial projects—supported more than $6 billion in direct spending in Louisiana last year, along with more than 92,000 jobs, a new report says The numbers put Louisiana in the nation’s top 10 for the amount commercial real estate contributed to a states’ GDPs, according to the NAIOP Research Foundation, a commercial real estate industry groupIn all, the report says, the industry contributed north of $12 billion to Louisiana’s economy The bulk of the spending in Louisiana came from the industrial sector, which saw $5.6 billion in direct spending, while supporting more than 80,000 jobsWarehouse and retail and entertainment posted less than a billion dollars in direct spending Louisiana ranked eighth on the list, behind Texas, California, Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, Georgia and IllinoisLooking only at industrial development, the Bayou State was third behind Pennsylvania and Texas Construction spending on office buildings slid last year but has posted gains in recent years, while warehouse and flex space rebounded after a nearly 10% dive in 2016The retail sector ticked upwards last year but is projected to have far slower gains moving forward “While the construction sector appears to be poised for stronger growth in 2018 and 2019, there are good reasons to monitor the performance of individual building types and their changing market conditions as the U.Seconomy’s current expansion extends its run into record territory,” the report says Read the full report There are no commentsClick to add your thoughts! if ( document.body.clientWidth = 768 && document.body.clientWidth

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