TAG Industrial Watch: April 23, 2022

Until recently, adapting commercial buildings to green technologies has primarily been prescribed for office, multi-family, and retail landlords vying to attract and retain environmentally conscious tenants. However, the emergence of the industrial market has many warehouse owners starting to think green as well. Though, given today’s economic climate, going green has more appeal than just protecting the planet. With construction materials up 23% annually and the cost of energy soaring (Yield Pro), the popular practice of installing rooftop solar panels today can lead to significant cost savings in the future. As energy prices continue to rise, landlords who adopt cost-saving green technologies will be able to offer prospective tenants a big leasing incentive while increasing the underlying value of their assets.

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Industrial Goes Electric As Investors, Tenants Call For Sustainability
Bisnow – April 15, 2022
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Construction Materials Prices Follow Lumber Higher
Yield Pro – April 13, 2022
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How Persistent Will Inflation Be?
Commercial Property Executive – April 20, 2022
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Prologis: Logistics Real Estate Market In ‘Unprecedented Territory’
Freight Waves – April 19, 2022
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Small Companies Face Pressure To Act On Sale-Leasebacks
Globe St. – April 8, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Stream Realty Partners Will Develop And Lease 300,000 SF
Of Warehouse In Rockwall, TX

Connect CRE – April 12, 2022
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Westcore Breaks Ground On Dallas Industrial Project
Commercial Property Executive – April 8, 2022
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Marcus & Millichap Completes 11-Building San Antonio Area
Office And Industrial Campus Sale

REjournals – April 13, 2022
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Next-Generation Cold Storage Facility Breaks Ground At
Great Western Industrial Park

Mile High CRE – April 6, 2022
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Secondary, Tertiary Cities Stay In Foreign Investor Favor
Globe St. – April 21, 2022
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