TAG Industrial Watch: December 5, 2020

“In the wake of the economic shutdown brought on by the coronavirus, some have their sights set on providing rescue capital for distressed assets in the form of “dry powder.” These investment opportunities, if maneuvered correctly, help provide an edge during the upset of the current pandemic and its resulting effects on commercial real estate. However, like anything, remaining market uncertainty will continue to be a major factor in any investment strategy.”   -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Real Estate Shows How Amazon Won 2020
Bisnow – November 30, 2020
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CRE Prices Continue Their K-Shaped Recovery
GlobesSt – November 23, 2020
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Under Pandemic Pressure, Capital Markets Adapt
Commercial Property Executive – November 30, 2020
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Look At Which City Is Lending The US In CRE Deals
GlobesSt – December 2, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Relocates HQ From San Jose To Houston
Bisnow – December 1, 2020
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National Construction Firm Prepares For HQ Move Within Frisco
Dallas Business Journal – November 24, 2020
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DFW Aerospace Manufacturer To House 600 Employees At Former American Airlines Headquarters
Dallas Business Journal – December 1, 2020
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K A N S A S / M I S S O U R I   N E W S 

Happy Thanksgiving? Here’s Which KC-Area Stocks Are Up, Down In This Wild Year
Kansas City Business Journal – November 27, 2020
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Despite Challenges, Opportunity Zones Provide Much-Needed Capital
St. Louis Business Journal – November 25, 2020
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I L L I N O I S   N E W S

The Urbanization Trend Will ‘Re-Emerge With A Vengeance’ After The Pandemic,
CRE Experts Say

Bisnow – November 25, 2020
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Chicago Industrial Proves Resilient Amid Pandemic
Connect Chicago – December 2, 2020
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C O L O R A D O   N E W S

Lights Will Shine Brighter For Denver Home Sellers Than Buyers In 2021
The Denver Post – December 2, 2020
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