TAG Industrial Watch: November 6, 2021

“Up until now, the 800-pound gorilla, known as Amazon, was indifferent about owning or leasing the warehouses it occupies. However, the unprecedented gains in property values have prompted Amazon to become the fastest-growing owner-user in the nation, easily outbidding its competition. As the availability of logistic facilities dwindles to an all-time low, it is increasingly becoming more difficult to acquire and lease large Class A warehouses. Since developers are struggling to build these warehouses fast enough to satisfy demand, smaller Class B and C warehouses get the opportunity to pick up the slack. With the right help, this presents a golden opportunity for owners of these smaller warehouses to market their properties to traditional institutional buyers and tenants.” -Adam Abushagur


I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Warehouse Space Sold Out; Demand At All-Time High
Cision – October 26, 2021
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Amazon Ramping Up Industrial Acquisitions In Pivot
Away From Leasing, Sources Say

Bisnow – October 20, 2021
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Will U.S. Industrial Real Estate Ever See A Bigger Deal Than This One?
Investable Universe – November 3, 2021
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Will Fining Companies Ease Port Congestion?
Connect California – October 28, 2021
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Port Markets Nab Biggest Industrial Rent Increases
GlobeSt. – October 22, 2021
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

The 11 Biggest Dallas-Area Industrial Developments
Currently Under Construction

ReJournals – October 27, 2021
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NorthPark35 Is In An Area Ripe For Growth
Connect Texas – October 27, 2021
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Arden Group, Arcapita Target $2B Of Acquisitions With Industrial JV
Connect National – November 1, 2021
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Chicago Can’t Build Warehouses Fast Enough To Meet Surging Demand
The Real Deal – October 20, 2021
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As St. Louis’ Industrial Market Breaks Records, It’s Not
Expected To Slow Down. Here’s why.

KSDK – November 4, 2021
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