“While flex properties would seem to hold an advantage with the all-in-one combination of office and distribution space, they have been viewed as higher risk than industrial warehouses. Research from 2019 showed warehouse sales up 95 percent with flex assets up only 43 percent over the past decade. Experts still ensure that interest in flex properties is strong due to the fact that they are in closer proximity to customers usually. Logistics and e-commerce have taken over the industrial show, but the freedom of flex will stand the test of time.” -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

CRE Activity Could Pause for the US Election

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Will Low Interest Rates Drive Investment Activity This Year

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New NAIOP Report Tallies CRE’s Contribution to US Economy

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T E X A S   N E W S

New DFW Industrial Markets Roaring to Life

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Texas Economy: Continued Job Growth, Tight Housing Inventory

Connect Media – February 4, 2020

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Houston’s Future Will Probably Involve Less Parking, More Robots

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Is Amazon pursuing an office in DFW that could employ hundreds?

Dallas Business Journal – February 4, 2020

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Grain Belt Express electric line acquirer leases big warehouses in JoCo

Kansas City Business Journal – February 3, 2020

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Why this airline bought a big box store in Chesterfield

St. Louis Business Journal – February 3, 2020

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