“According to the NAIOP Research Foundation, the slightly slower U.S. economy is linked to the decreased demand for industrial space. This slowdown in the economy includes the GDP growth being predicted to fall to the 1.75 percent to 2.25 percent range, and the slump in completions of industrial space. However, this most likely means supply and demand will remain in balance, and rents and vacancy rates will follow suit for an overall stable market. For now, the sector is not slamming on the breaks, just easing off the gas.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Blackstone Puts Up $6B for Colony Industrial

Connect Media – September 30, 2019

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Fed Keeps Net Lease Cap Rates Low

GlobeSt – October 8, 2019

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Deloitte Says, CRE’s Not Just About Location Anymore, Experience, Analytics Matter Too

Connect Media – October 10, 2019

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T E X A S   N E W S

Investors pump $300 million this year into emerging Dallas-Fort Worth companies

The Dallas Morning News – October 9, 2019

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In D-FW, we build more warehouses than any other commercial space

The Dallas Morning News – October 9, 2019

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Goodyear to Expand San Angelo Proving Grounds

Connect Media – October 7, 2019

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

JV Will Shape Future for Longstanding Wichita Retail Center

Connect Media – September 18, 2019

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Keeping up with constant change

RE Journal- October 4, 2019

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