TAG Industrial Watch: March 27, 2021

“With the pandemic dust clearing, the industrial sector has emerged as the clear front-runner in commercial real estate. In 2020, industrial real estate led all sectors with rents increasing in 97 percent of U.S. submarkets (CoStar). Underpinned by rising rents, industrial property values continued their decade’s long ascent. According to Real Capital Analytics’ commercial property price index, industrial properties increased 8.8 percent over the last year and developers are responding to the hot market by speculative building without preleased tenants. Of the 1,340 industrial buildings under construction, only 13.2 percent are reportedly partially or fully preleased (CoStar).” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Here’s What Rising Interest Rates Mean For Cap Rates
GlobeSt – March 25, 2021
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Confidence In Commercial Real Estate Values Varies Widely By Sector
CoStar – March 22, 2021
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It’s A Seller’s Market In The Industrial Sector, But Investors Are Undeterred
Wealth Management – March 22, 2021
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Industrial Investors Look For Bigger Returns With Class B And C Product
GlobeSt – March 24, 2021
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What Sustainability Looks Like In The Industrial Sector Right Now
GlobeSt – March 19, 2021
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2020 Net Lease Industrial Sales Volume, Cap Rates
Commercial Property Executive – March 23, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

ML Realty Readies Two-Building Spec Industrial In Bensenville
Connect Chicago & Midwest – March 24, 2021
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Looking Ahead At The I-88 Corridor’s Future
ReJournals – March 24, 2021
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Two Spec Industrial Projects Respond To Hot Demand
Connect Texas – March 24, 2021
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Chicago Port District Poised To Issue RFP For 90-Acre Development
Connect Chicago & Midwest – March 19, 2021
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