“The pandemic has, in essence, caused five years of e-commerce growth to occur in about a five-week period. This hike has created a ripple effect for industrial real estate, right down to the labor market. With the urgent need for additional warehouse and distribution spaces, automation technology and higher demand for skilled labor has increased, even with current high unemployment numbers. Although some believe automation to be a solution to cut costs, the irony remains that automation requires some of the most labor expertise.”    -Adam Abushagur 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

E-Commerce Has Fueled The Nation, But Its Growth Could
Kick-Start A New Labor Movement

Bisnow – September 21, 2020
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Christmas Shopping Poised To Show Inequity In K-Shaped Recovery
Bloomberg – September 28, 2020
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Sustainability’s New Normal In A Post-Pandemic World
National Real Estate Investor – September 29, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

Texas’ Pipeline Fills For Inbound Corporate Relocations
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Connect Texas – September 28, 2020
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Uber Puts 116K-SF Up For Sublease At The Epic, CoStar Reports
Dallas Business Journal – September 29, 2020
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PGA Frisco Campus Launches Construction
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Connect Texas – September 30, 2020
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Dallas-Based Data Center Company More Than
Triples Sites With Acquisition

Dallas Business Journal – September 30, 2020
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DFW Industrial Market Today Is More Competitive
With Infill Sites Harder To Find

Bisnow – September 24, 2020
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M I D W E S T   N E W S 

Data Center Industry To Start Ramping Up After Pandemic Hiatus
Bisnow – September 24, 2020
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 Nielsen Selects Chicago For Consumer Business Unit Headquarters
ReBusiness Online – September 30, 2020
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Entertainment Company Closes On Deal To Buy Chesterfield Plot
St. Louis Business Journal – September 30, 2020
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