TAG Industrial Watch: June 25, 2022

As rising interest rates increase borrowing costs, industrial real estate investors will naturally begin to seek higher-yielding assets. Given that cap rates on popular logistics warehouses are still listed in the 6% range, investors chasing yield will need to look towards specialized properties for near double-digit returns. For example, cold storage warehouses, natural gas and oil field properties, and cannabis cultivation facilities often offer above-market returns. Despite the economy slowing down, higher demand for specialized properties will create an excellent sale-leaseback opportunity for these owner-users.

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

As Consumers Take A Step Back From Home Deliveries,
Will Cold Storage Remain A Hot Asset Type?

WealthManagement.com – June 20, 2022
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Seeing Green: Cannabis Can Fill Vacancies, Boost Property
Values, But Deals Are Hard To Do

Bisnow – June 8, 2022
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New Trend Emerges As Retail Combines With Fulfillment
Globe St. – June 16, 2022
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The Impact Of Interest Rates And Inflation On Industrial Real Estate
Commercial Property Executive – June 15, 2022
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EV Start-Up Electric Last Mile Solutions Plans To Declare
Bankruptcy A Year After Going Public

CNBC – June 13, 2022
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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

Prologis To Build Major Dallas-Area Project
Commercial Property Executive – June 22, 2022
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Chevron Donates $10m Parcel To Houston Food Bank
For New Permanent Warehouse

Bisnow – June 16, 2022
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Amarillo Closes Nation’s First Rare-Earth Mineral Refinery Deal
Connect CRE – June 20, 2022
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“Record Breaking” Is Still The Buzzword
For Chicago’s Industrial Market

REJournals – June 21, 2022
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California Lighting Company To Open Manufacturing
Facility At Baseline Industrial

Mile High CRE – June 23, 2022
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