TAG Industrial Market Watch: August 18, 2018

“Although the strong performance of the real estate market is impressive, like anything, it could shift at any time. Providing advisory services about the current state of the market and anticipating the industrial tide is more valuable than ever. Areas to monitor are not limited to: politics and finance/tax implications, a workforce to match the larger prime properties, available parking for that workforce, keeping up to date with property technology and innovation for future selling, environmental issues linked to cities, and fair trade.
As far as landlord’s preparing for the future, strategizing things like long-term leases, strengthening properties through improvements and necessary maintenance, and looking into ever-changing technology enhancements for properties would prove to be a smart investment.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

Industrial News

Cold Storage Space Shortage Heating Rents Up
Bisnow—August 14, 2018
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Industrial real estate leaders not yet alarmed by trade war rhetoric
BizJournals—August 9, 2018
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Demand for Smaller Industrial Buildings Surges in Coastal Markets
NREIonline—August 13, 2018
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Regional News

Gentrification creeps deeper into East Dallas. Will this time be different?
The Dallas Morning News – East Dallas — August 10, 2018
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High-rise hotel project on the way in Irving’s Las Colinas development 
The Dallas Morning News – Top Stories — August 13, 2018
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A 130-Year-Old Deep Ellum Building Gets With The Times
Bisnow – Dallas-Fort Worth — August 15, 2018
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National News

Retail Sales and Manufacturing Are Powering U.S. Growth This Summer
The Wall Street Journal — August 15, 2018
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Macerich partners with Industrious to bring co-working into malls
The Real Deal Miami — August 08, 2018
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Big-Box Retailers Come Up with Small Concepts to Grow in a Changed Landscape
National Real Estate Investor — August 09, 2018
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