Commercial developers and investors are looking to capitolize on the need to supply next day deliveries to online customers. To meet this need they are looking to develop properties that are close to population centers. JJL has examined the market dynamics involved in this process and come up with a list of the top 10 cities to invest in this type of commercial industrial space.

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