TAG Industrial Watch: March 13, 2021

“Industrial appreciation should remain on the rise, according to Commercial Edge. This is in large part due to international and institutional investors looking to break into the industrial market with a competitive edge, therefore driving up the cost of industrial price per square foot. Those with this kind of capital are further reassured by rising industrial rental rates, which saw a 5.1 percent increase over the past 12 months. The industrial sector as a whole has not experienced negative absorption since 2010 (Moody’s).” – Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Foreign Buyers Position For CRE Buying Opportunities
Wealth Management – March 8, 2021
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As Data Needs Surge, Demand For Skilled Data Center Contractors Surges With It
Bisnow – March 9, 2021
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Industrial Likely To Take Center Stage For The Next Three Years
Connect California – March 8, 2021
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Record Industrial Demand Pushes Sector Forward
Commercial Property Executive – March 10, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Forney Distribution Center Taps Into Mega-Industrial Kaufman Co.
Connect Texas – March 11, 2021
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A Year Like No Other: U.S. Metro Area Rankings Expand And Reflect The Unusual Story Of 2020
Site Selection Magazine – March 2021
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KKR Expands US Industrial Real Estate Footprint Into Denver Market
IPE Real Assets – March 11, 2021
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VanTrust To Develop 621 KSF Dallas-Area Industrial Project
Commercial Property Executive – March 11, 2021
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10 Secondary Cities That Will Outperform This Year
GlobeSt – March 11, 2021
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