TAG Industrial Watch: September 11, 2021

“Cold storage facilities are quickly emerging as the most valuable subsector in industrial real estate. Since 2019, the share of deliveries as a total of grocery sales has doubled from 3% to 6% (Globe St.). However, speculative development is proving difficult for the fledgling market. These facilities are more expensive to develop than the typical “big box” warehouse, not solely due to the full refrigeration required, but also because tenants today often need automatic machinery specified for individual needs. The difficulties in developing new cold storage facilities place more demand on existing properties, yet most of these properties require significant upgrades to satisfy tenant needs. While the challenges are great, the opportunities can prove greater for investors willing to try.”  -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Cold Store Market Warms Up, As Warehouse Investors
Look For The Next Big Thing

Bisnow – September 7, 2021
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The Logistic Sector’s Record-Breaking Momentum
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

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Commercial Property Executive – September 7, 2021
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GlobeSt. – September 3, 2021
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Connect Texas – September 8, 2021
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Industrial Realty Inks City To 427K SF Lease At Warehouse Complex
The Real Deal – September 8, 2021
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Cabot Jumps On 13 Acres For Spec Industrial Building
Connect Texas – September 7, 2021
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