TAG Industrial Watch: April 3, 2021

“Over the past decade, the rapid rise of industrial real estate has been marked by the presence of e-commerce giant Amazon. Of the ten largest industrial buildings currently under construction, Amazon will occupy nine of them as either a leaseholder or owner-occupant (Commercial Property Executive). While Amazon has been the dominant player, there is still room for the emergence of a new type of tenant. The indoor vertical farming business is projected to grow from a $24 billion industry to a $40 billion industry by next year (Forbes). Investment opportunities in the industrial market continue to remain dynamic.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

This Is How A Cargo Ship Stranded In The Suez Canal Could Impact CRE
Bisnow – March 25, 2021
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Vacancy Drives Industrial Pricing Surge
Commercial Property Executive – March 25, 2021
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AeroFarms, The World Leader In Indoor Vertical Farming, To Become Publicly Traded
Company Through Combination With Spring Valley Acquisition Corp.

Business Wire – March 26, 2021
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Top 10 Industrial Projects Under Construction
Commercial Property Executive – March 29, 2021
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Unsurprisingly, Industrial Led February On Pricing
GlobeSt – March 25, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

DFW Named The No. 2 Investment Market Nationwide
Bisnow – March 26, 2021
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WPT Industrial Contributes $370M Portfolio To New JV
GlobeSt – March 30, 2021
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Four Spring Capital Trust Announces Acquisition Of Oklahoma City
Industrial Property Leased To Amazon

Business Wire – March 25, 2021
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Prologis Warehouse Buy Is Chicago’s Priciest Of 2021
The Real Deal – March 25, 2021
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