“Tenants, investors, and lenders alike are comforted and confident with the population and job growth the Dallas market has experienced in recent years. Speakers at the DFW Industrial InterFace Panel this week mentioned that at a rate of 300 people relocating to DFW daily, and the jobs to match, the market boasts somewhat of a shield from the recession-whenever that will be is unclear. The market has revolutionized and is no longer considered a secondary market like it was nearly a decade ago. Long story short, despite a trade war, products will still need to be produced and delivered with cost to consumer being the variable.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Lords of Trade War: Why Industrial Investors Aren’t Fretting About a Downturn

Commercial Observer – September 4, 2019

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Trade War Increasing Demand for Industrial Space on Both Sides of the U.S./Mexico Border

National Real Estate Investor – September 6, 2019

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InterFace Panel: Dallas Industrial Market Poised to Withstand Recession

ReBusiness- September 5, 2019

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T E X A S   N E W S

While US Slows Apartment Builds, DFW Bucks the Trend

GlobeSt – September 4, 2019

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How is Houston Attracting Millennials to Invest in Commercial Real Estate

NuWire – August 14, 2019

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Lubbock to Get its First H-E-B

Connect Media- September 6, 2019

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Could Elon Musk launch his SpaceX Starship into orbit from Texas by the end of 2019?

The Dallas Morning News – September 5, 2019

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Ascension to acquire Michigan health care system

St. Louis Business Journal – August 29, 2019

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City asks for patience as frustration builds over Jefferson Arms redevelopment

St. Louis Business Journal – September 5, 2019

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Missouri among states with highest construction unemployment rate

St. Louis Business Journal – September 5, 2019

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