“In a recent study by National Real Estate Investor (NREI), it’s clear that many woes of 2019 are already diminished in 2020. Respondents largely believe that the expansion cycle will continue anywhere from 13-24 more months. Particularly for industrial, respondents agreed for the most part that momentum in CRE is not slowing down. New construction is still not enough to outrun demand, capital is diverse and available, and the transition of e-commerce is incredulously still in its infancy. The economy and market fundamentals remain strong, with industrial fast and furious.”  -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Exclusive Research: Keep on Trucking

National Real Estate Investor – February 24, 2020

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Investment & Industrial CRE: 30 Years Later

SIOR- February 26, 2020

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Report: Commercial Construction Starts Accelerated in Top Metro Areas in 2019

Connect Media- February 14, 2020

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T E X A S   N E W S

Amazon selects Forney as location for newest distribution center

Dallas Business Journal – February 20, 2020

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Two-Decade Spec Void Has Tenants Clamoring for Industrial

GlobeSt – February 24, 2020

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64K-square-foot manufacturing plant to rise in north Houston

Houston Business Journal – February 18, 2020

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‘We’re in the business of live’: Dallas company breaking ground on new $50M HQ

Dallas Business Journal – February 19, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

U.S. regulator moves to block deal by St. Louis-based coal giants

St. Louis Today – February 26, 2020

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New Kansas City T-Bones owner plans to transform KCK’s beleaguered team and stadium

The Kansas City Star – February 25, 2020

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