The U.S. economy added more than 200,000 jobs every month since March, making 2014 the labor market’s best year since the 1990’s. GDP growth began accelerating at a healthier pace, and strong holiday sales rounded out the year with the best holiday season since 2005. Indiana state officials touted commitments from 285 companies in 2014, including a 1.1- million square feet (msf) e-commerce fulfillment center for Walmart in Plainfield.
The anticipated $4.38 billion in investments to Indiana operations vows to add 25,317 future jobs, a promising sign for the health of the local real estate market, which was recently ranked second in the Midwest by an Urban Land Institute member survey.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield