TAG Industrial Watch: September 25th, 2021

“This past week has brought some sobering news to the commercial real estate industry. Chinese real estate developer Evergrande Group is struggling to service its massive $305 billion debt burden, dragging down shares of CRE companies around the world. To add fuel to the fire, the Federal Reserve indicated on Wednesday that it was ready to begin tapering their $120 billion a month purchases of government and mortgage debt. Nonetheless, industrial investors should remain at ease. Evergrande’s financial woes won’t shake America’s underlying demand for industrial space. Given America’s own debt burden, the Federal Reserve can only taper so much in order to keep interest rates low.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

U.S. Investors Hit By Evergrande’s Potential Collapse
Bisnow – September 21, 2021
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What The Fed’s Monetary Plans Mean For CRE
GlobeSt. – September 23, 2021
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Chip Shortage Expected To Cost Auto Industry $210 Billion In Revenue In 2021
CNBC – September 23, 2021
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Industrial Net Lease Assets Are Red Hot, As New Buyers Enter The Sector
Wealth Management – September 20, 2021
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Crow Holdings Closes Fund At $2.3B
Commercial Property Executive – September 23, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Distribution’s Big Moment Is Leading To Exponential Growth
For Industrial Property Owners And Logistics Operators

ReJournals – September 20, 2021
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Cedar Port Partners Breaks Ground On 1.2M-SF Warehouse
Connect Texas – September 22, 2021
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TGS Launches Houston’s Largest Spec Project
Commercial Property Executive – September 22, 2021
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Elk Grove Facility Suits Distribution Needs Of Idaho-Based Tenant
Connect Chicago & Midwest – September 22, 2021
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