Industrial Watch: March 14, 2020

“If there is a silver lining to be said at all for the coronavirus outbreak, it may very well be that certain investment opportunities may present themselves within commercial real estate. With lowered interest rates, the drop in Treasury yields, and investor fear of a downturn, it could support refinancing and acquisitions in the market. The silver lining is the already strong state of the U.S. economy. Adding fuel to the fire is the upcoming presidential election where an incumbent win could promote positive market activity, and a change in leadership could, historically, encourage a slight slowdown for at least a few months into the new year.” -Adam Abushagur

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

The Fed Can’t Let Bond Yields Fall to Zero: Danielle DiMartino-Booth

National Real Estate Investor- March 10, 2020

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Shipping Giants Are Furiously Building Warehouses Around A Handful of Inland Logistics Hubs

BISNOW- March 9, 2020

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Are Industrial Investors Better Off Buying The Sector Or The Submarket?

BISNOW- March 11, 2020

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Machine Learning & Industrial Real Estate

SIOR- March 10, 2020

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T E X A S   N E W S

Details Released of Upcoming Public Hearings Concerning Dallas to Houston High-Speed Rail Project

Dallas Business Journal – March 11, 2020

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Dallas to Be the Second Most Active Industrial Market in 2020

GlobeSt – March 11, 2020

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Direct-To-Consumer Business Models are Driving Industrial Demand

GlobeSt – March 8, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Connect Industrial Midwest Delves Into Rapidly-Evolving Sector

Connect Chicago – March 5, 2020

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Storage Company Planning $12M in Local Developments

 St. Louis Business Journal – March 10, 2020

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