Industrial Watch: April 25, 2020

“President Trump has committed to signing the $484 billion coronavirus relief package after the House gave approval on Thursday. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Health Care Enhancement Act, this package comes after the previous PPP exhausted its initial $349 billion in funding last week. The emergency aid aims to provide relief for small businesses and hospitals, as well as expand medical testing. This is the fourth coronavirus bill to pass through Congress in the last seven weeks. This has been the largest emergency relief fund in modern U.S. history at a stunning total of $2.8 trillion. A fifth coronavirus-response package is said to already be in the works.” -Adam Abushagur



I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

IRS Extends Timeline For 1031 Exchanges

Commercial Observer- April 17, 2020

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Amazon Just Filled 100,000 Positions, Looks To Add Another 75,000

Connect Seattle- April 14, 2020

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Warehouse Tenants And Landlords Say They Are Following CDC Guidelines To Keep Facilities Safe. But Are They Doing Enough?

National Real Estate Investor- April 16, 2020

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T E X A S   N E W S

Four Potential Post-Coronavirus Outcomes For Business Leaders To Consider

Dallas Business Journal- April 22, 2020

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Lawmakers Jump Into Business Interruption Debate As Fate Of CRE, Insurers Hang In The Balance

Bisnow- April 22, 2020

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Oil Prices Drop Into Negative Territory For First Time In Recorded History, June Futures Back Above $20

ReBusiness Online- April 21, 2020

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Gov. Abbott: Texas COVID-19 Cases Trending Down, Plans To Reopen Retail Soon

ReBusiness Online- April 23, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Few Transport Companies Are Asking For Rent Relief

GlobeSt. – April 23, 2020

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Kansas City’s Industrial Market Was On A Roll. But What’s Next?

REJournals- April 20, 2020

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