“Industrial investors want it all-dense population centers, large warehouse space, and lot of parking space to match. While these parking spaces are needed for the growing number of employees in the days of next-day shipping, but they’re also for continuous traffic at the location including: trailer storage, delivery vans, and logistics pick up and drop off. If parking is lacking, extra acreage/land that can be converted will usually suffice. Especially with older buildings, tearing down parts of the structure for parking is costly and seemingly out of the question, even considering the scarcity of industrial assets with land in prime markets. If properties don’t meet the requirement, investors may say, ‘Thank you, next.'”

-Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Mastering the Markets: Marcus & Millichap’s Popular Webcast Investment Series Takes a Deep Dive into 2020

Connect Media – November 13, 2019

   Read More

Gender Equalizer: The Industrial and E-Commerce Space

GlobeSt – November 11, 2019

   Read More

A Deep Dive Into New Industrial Design Trends

GlobeSt – November 11, 2019

 Read More

Low Interest Rates Spur More Refinancing Activity

National Real Estate Investor – November 12, 2019

 Read More

 

T E X A S   N E W S

Two Tenants Bring Frisco Building to Full Occupancy

GlobeSt – November 10, 2019

     Read more

Pharmacy company moving near Dallas’ Love Field will bring hundreds of jobs

The Dallas Morning News – November 11, 2019

 Read more

Plentiful in Houston: office rent concessions, new industrial buildings

Chron – November 14, 2019

  Read more

 

M I D W E S T   N E W S

Science Center tinkering with plans to renovate entrance

St. Louis Business Journal – November 7, 2019

 Read more

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City considers moving its headquarters

Kansas City Business Journal- November 13, 2019

 Read more

2019-11-19T16:07:35+00:00

Leave A Comment