“The market is currently experiencing an upward trend in industrial real estate values while investors remain competitive on the buyside. Industrial rents are outperforming every other sector, in largest part to e-commerce, supply chain, and manufacturing. “last-mile delivery” which has created the need for businesses to seek warehouses and distribution facilities in densely populated markets.

While the extremely positive state of the industrial market both in Dallas/Fort Worth and globally, we are remaining cautious in regards to world trade tensions and the unknown level of impact they may trigger. However, e-commerce shows no sign of slowing down. On a related note – Texas is in the top five states to reach at least 2.9% GDP growth for 2018 thus far.

Companies are finding value in being faster, smarter, more efficient, and industrial real estate continues to deliver.”

Adam Abushagur

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

Industrial News

 
 
Sales of Industrial Real Estate Tops Other Property Sectors
Costar News- July 26, 2018
Industrial Real Estate Boom Continues, But How Long Can It Last?
Bisnow- July 23, 2018
U.S. Industrial Real Estate Market Continues To Tighten In Q2

Industrial Distribution- July 25, 2018

 

Regional News

Real Estate Strategy Drives Fast Growth For Big-Box Retailer At Home
Bisnow – July 24, 2018
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Crescent tops out West End building, reveals new renderings
Fort Worth Business – July 24, 2018
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From Mid-Century Modern to the ‘Workplace of the Future,’ Gensler Gears Up for New Dallas Office
CoStar News – Dallas/Fort Worth – July 23, 2018
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WeWork to Open 52,000 SF Location at Victory Park in Dallas
REBusinessOnline – July 26, 2018
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Downtown Fort Worth is getting a new Hilton property
The Dallas Morning News – July 24, 2018
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National News

The West is the best: These are the fastest growing states
Smart Money – July 24, 2018
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