“Whether it’s large-scale California fires or something smaller like Dallas tornadoes, natural disasters have a direct effect on commercial properties. Historically, storms, floods, fire, etc. has caused a sudden surge in construction materials for repair post event, due to increased demand. According to CoreLogic, a financial services company, demand surge is affected by local regulations, can impact many trades in correlation with capacity of local workforce, and can increase costs 15%-30% for up to 12 months. However, according to CoreLogic, this may not be as tragic with better weather trackers, more retailers, and better logistics supply, eliminating backlog in materials. In the midst of tariff and trade talks, cost of development as well as repair are now factors.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Report: U.S. Flex Office Market is World’s Largest

Connect Media – November 1, 2019

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The War Between Amazon and the Dollar Store Sector

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Despite Slowing Growth, U.S. Remains Lead Dog Among Major Economies

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T E X A S   N E W S

Industrial building prices soar in the Dallas area thanks to strong demand

The Dallas Morning News – November 5, 2019

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Latest census data shows Californians continue to flock to Texas

Dallas Business Journal – November 5, 2019

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GID Breaks Ground on Phase II of Regent Square Mixed-Use Project in Houston

ReBusiness – November 5, 2019

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Warehouse for imported meats, 200 jobs could be headed near DFW

Dallas Business Journal – November 5, 2019

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

City Foundry developer buys former Falstaff Brewery site for $3M

St. Louis Business Journal – November 5, 2019

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Meritex emerges from its Lenexa cave for above-ground project

Kansas City Business Journal- November 4, 2019

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