TAG Industrial Market Watch: February 9, 2019

“It used to be that one shareholder was at the table in terms of commercial real estate development. Now, it can be the entire table. In the past few years, this capital has begun to come with green policies and requirements with company environmental goals like reducing their carbon footprint. This is true for industrial assets especially since they have traditionally been viewed as a less visually appealing. A LEED certified building can not only help with these goals but may assist in energy and maintenance savings. All in all, everyone can get behind green development initiatives as long as it is cost effective and investor return is still present.”

Adam Abushagur

First Vice President Investments

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Trade War with China May Result in Loss of U.S. Warehouse Jobs, Some Experts Warn

National Real Estate Investor- February 7, 2019

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In A Tight Industrial Real Estate Market, Shuttered Retail Properties Present an Opportunity

Supply and Demand Chain Executive- February 1, 2019

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Black & Decker Bringing 1.2 Million-Square-Foot Hub to Northlake

D Magazine- February 7, 2019

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R E G I O N A L   N E W S

The U.S. Apartment Sector Would Continue to Remain Strong Even in a Recession

National Real Estate Investor – February 05, 2019

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Apartment Sector Sustains Positive Outlook; Marcus & Millichap Report

National Real Estate Investor – February 06, 2019

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Jobs increase in leisure and hospitality sector, indicating a strengthening real estate market 

Institutional Real Estate Newsline – February 01, 2019

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N A T I O N A L   N E W S

Amazon Officially Announced Itself As A Competitor To FedEx, UPS

Bisnow – February 06, 2019

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JC Penney will stop selling appliances at the end of this month

CNBC Business – February 06, 2019

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Fed’s Powell reveals what he thinks is the biggest challenge over the next decade

CNBC Economy – February 06, 2019

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2019-02-11T17:22:08+00:00

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