“Effects of the prominent Coronavirus are beginning to trickle into commercial real estate. With the virus causing factory shutdowns in China, the U.S. is expected to see much fewer retail container ports. This comes after an existing slowdown due to Lunar New Year shutdowns in the country that contributes about 17 percent of world economic output. The combined long-term effects of the shutdowns and low container volume on supply chains are still unknown. However, if the outbreak is contained quickly, the consequences will be short-lived.” -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

High Construction Costs and Saturation Hearken to Recession

GlobeSt – February 14, 2020

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Data Security Has Become a Pressing Issue for the CRE Sector

National Real Estate Investor- February 12, 2020

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Container Traffic Slides on Factory Shutdowns Over Coronavirus

Connect Media – February 11, 2020

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T E X A S   N E W S

Dallas Ranks First for Industrial Demand and New Supply

Connect Media – February 7, 2020

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Fresh off its HQ move to Frisco, this foodservice distribution company is growing

Dallas Business Journal – February 6, 2020

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Quick Lease-Up Paves Way for Beltway-225 Business Park Phase II

Connect Media – February 10, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Overland Park ‘took a hit’: Tax incentive feud splits city council and roils business

The Kansas City Star – February 14, 2020
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Fast-growing Michigan tech consultancy expands to St. Louis

St. Louis Business Journal – February 13, 2020

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