“Due to demand, it comes as no shock that industrial space is becoming more costly to rent – and retailers are getting creative in the form of mini warehouses on their existing properties. A number of problems are solved with these including: inventory, transportation costs, and warehouse storage costs while increasing online sales of that location. Landlords are pleased, especially after the trend in retail vacancy and ability to raise rents. Appropriate management of these two arms of business are crucial, as well as making sure leases do not have any applicable restrictions.”

-Adam Abushagur

 

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T E X A S   N E W S

OEI Continues to Climb, but Slower

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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Construction Starts on New Industrial Project in South City

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Opus Starts Construction on Spec Industrial Project in St. Louis

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