“According to NAIOP’s latest monthly survey, industrial is experiencing the most activity (and rent collection) of all CRE sectors, including transaction volume and new construction in the U.S. In addition to industrial, office and multifamily did see an increase in deals in September compared to the previous month. That being said, developments are still seeing delays due to the impacts of COVID-19. Just six months after the start of the economic shutdown, it seems that CRE deals are picking up traction.”  

 -Adam Abushagur

 I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

The Pandemic Spurs Investor and Tenant Interest In Non-Core Markets
GlobeSt – October 1, 2020
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How Property Managers Stay Informed — And Calm — In Unprecedented Times
 
Bisnow – October 1, 2020
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Recent Commercial Price Indices Show Little Movement
National Real Estate Investor – October 7, 2020
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CRE Improves Slowly But Steadily In SIOR Update
Commercial Property Executive – October 6, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

E-Commerce Growth Places Premium On Densely Populated Infill
GlobeSt – October 5, 2020
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Microsoft To Take More Than 80,000 Square Feet In New VariSpace Southlake Location, Sources Say
Dallas Business Journal – October 7, 2020
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West Houston/ Energy Corridor Growth Looks To Freeway
GlobeSt – October 7, 2020
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M I D W E S T   N E W S 

Demand Exceeds Supply In Chicago’s Spec Industrial
Chicago Connect – October 7, 2020
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Demand Drives Bulk Industrial Construction In St. Louis Region’s I-70 Corridor
 
ReBusiness Online- October 8, 2020
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