“While there is no doubt 2020 will be a harder year for all asset types, the NAIOP June survey supports overall sentiment that industrial will be the trailblazer out of the global health pandemic. A whopping 70.7% of respondents of the survey saw acquisitions occur since April, with the majority witnessing a doubling of industrial development in the same time frame. As far as the outbreak’s affect on business operations, many respondents don’t believe the effects will last more than a year, as at least 90% of rents were paid through June.”  -Adam Abushagur

 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Industrial Real Estate Leads The Way Out Of The COVID Crisis
GlobeSt – June 25, 2020
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COVID-19’s Impact On Industrial Real Estate
National Real Estate Investor – June 17, 2020
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Big Cities Will Make A Strong Comeback From The Pandemic
GlobeSt – June 25, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

Another Local Developer Eyes First Industrial Project, Which
Could Include Two 1M-SF Warehouses

Dallas Business Journal – June 19, 2020
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Amazon Reportedly Plans 2.6M-SF In East El Paso
Connect Texas – June 22, 2020
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Texas Recovers 238K Jobs As Economy Reopens
Connect Texas – June 22, 2020
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Exclusive: Largest Playground Equipment Manufacturer Makes DFW
New Home For Corporate Offices

Dallas Business Journal – June 24, 2020
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M I D W E S T   N E W S

Which Towns And Cities Will Be Post-Pandemic Winners?
St. Louis Business Journal – June 25, 2020
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Pandemic Brought Back Bad Memories Of Great Recession,
But Industrial Equity Partners Have Returned

Bisnow – June 18, 2020
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