“Bridging the gap between the old and the new is proving to be a delicate balance both financially and logistically. With the demand for industrial investments set so high, assets of all classes are being scooped up. Because technology and amenities for employees are trending in the competitive market, many improvements are having to be made to older buildings including maintenance repairs, capital expenditures, and others that improve useful life of the property.

Speaking of investing in the times, a good example is green initiatives with big payoffs. The majority of people are on board with green measures and infrastructure for environmental reasons, but some aren’t up to date on other benefits they provide. These initiatives have shown to lower operating costs through energy efficiency, be more sustainable through things like disastrous weather events, and conserve water. Not to mention, LEED-certified buildings have been shown to provide higher satisfaction for employees, making the company more competitive by extension.”

Adam Abushagur

Vice President Investments

Managing Director – TAG Industrial

Industrial News

While The Stock Market Takes A Beating, REITs Weather The Storm

BisNow—October 29, 2018

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What Digital Transformation Means For The Commercial Real Estate Practitioner

Forbes—October 25, 2018

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The Kroger Co. Set To Announce 3 New Automated Warehouse Locations With Partner Ocado

Bisnow—October 31, 2018

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Regional News

Texas adds 17,300 jobs in September
The Victoria Advocate — October 28, 2018
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September New Home Sales Prices Rise Throughout Texas
Gilmer Mirror — October 29, 2018
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Capstone Real Estate Services Adds 10 Apartment Communities to Its Texas Management Portfolio
MultifamilyBiz – Press Releases — October 29, 2018
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National News

Rural America’s Favorite Store Is Moving Into the Big City
National Real Estate Investor — October 31, 2018
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US companies hiring at robust pace, wages rise faster
Connecticut Post — October 31, 2018
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Consumer confidence rises to an 18-year high in October
CNBC Economy — October 30, 2018
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2018-11-05T21:15:04+00:00

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