TAG Industrial Watch: January 30, 2021

“According to the latest Real Capital Analytics U.S. summary report, the recent industrial index posted a 0.6 percent monthly gain in December and rose 8.8 percent year-over-year. And although U.S. commercial real estate sales volume dropped 32 percent compared to 2019, industrial passed the office sector as the second most active real estate market in 2020. Additionally, Dallas came in as the largest center for CRE sales in 2020, due to significant apartment and industrial deals.”  -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Industrial Dominates, Multifamily Is Mixed And Office Is Pessimistic
Connect California – January 27, 2021
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Industrial Real Estate 2021 Expectations
Commercial Property Executive – January 22, 2021
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What An Uncertain Commercial Real Estate Outlook In 2021 Means For Financing
ReBusiness Online – January 15, 2021
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Land And Industrial: Brightest Spots For Commercial Real Estate
National Association Of Realtors – January 21, 2021
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Cold Storage Demand Is At Its Peak And Growing
GlobeSt – January 26, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Pennybacker, M2G Plan “Prototype Of Innovation” In DFW
Connect Texas – January 27, 2021
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Demand For Industrial Space Near Port Houston Is Growing, Driven By Consumer Goods
Bisnow – January 19, 2021
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Texas Factory Activity Expands, But More Slowly
Connect Texas – January 28, 2021
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Logistics Hub Breaks Ground On 255 Acres In Wilmer
Bisnow – January 22, 2021
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What The US’ Return To The Paris Climate Accord Means To CRE
GlobeSt – January 27, 2021
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