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The Orlando industrial market contains 106.1 million square feet of competitive space segmented into six major submarkets located across all four counties within the metropolitan area (Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola). The Southeast and Southwest Orange County submarkets contain the largest concentrations of industrial space within the region with 34.3 million square feet and 25.9 million square feet, respectively.
Much of the development in the last decade has taken place in and around Orlando International Airport, where newer Class A bulk warehouse product abounds; more established warehouse product is available in the Orlando Central Park area, while manufacturing and small-bay product is more prevalent in the outlying areas of the region. Warehouse product accounts for just less than 75% of all industrial space market-wide.
More information from the Orlando Economic Development Commission regarding the Industrial Market can be found below.