By 2000, 80% of the industrial land had been leased out.
"But there is a lot more industrial land than the city needs, and some of it makes sense for housing."
Wales has led the world in the restoration of industrial land.
But the market for industrial land never caught up with their hopes.
The use of 'industrial land' provides us with a bridge to the issues to be considered in Chapter 5.
The real conflict has been over the development of industrial land for retail purposes.
And yet this industrial no man's land stood at the edge of a growing downtown.
For example, industrial land in Portland costs about $87,000 an acre.
Most industrial land sells for $30,000 to $100,000 an acre.
As a result, little industrial land remains in the village itself.