“Even as consumer confidence continues to remain low amidst the U.S. economic recovery, the industrial and logistics sector has held out as resilient. Positive net absorption and demand has not wavered for industrial, attracting new cross-product buyers looking to target new types of assets. Another trend that is finally gaining a bit more traction due to COVID-19 is the conversion of Class C and Class D malls into logistics facilities (Prologis). It is important to keep in mind though that these conversions come with time-consuming challenges, including: downzoning politics, the physical location, and legalities.”  

 -Adam Abushagur 

I N D U S T R I A L   N E W S

Warehouses Beat Malls As Virus Fuels Record Global Investment
National Real Estate Investor – September 23, 2020
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CARES Act Tax Provisions Could Help Real Estate Investors Increase Cash Flow
National Real Estate Investor – September 23, 2020
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COVID-19 Forces Shippers, Service Providers To Redesign Food Supply Chains
JOC – September 21, 2020
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The Cold Storage Market Is Maturing Beyond A Niche Industry
Bisnow – September 23, 2020
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T E X A S   N E W S

Texas Central Ticks More Regulatory Boxes, Hurdles Remain Before Construction Stage
Dallas Business Journal – September 21, 2020
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New TikTok HQ Could Be Based In Texas After Trump Says He Gave ‘Blessing’ To US Deal
CBS DFW – September 19, 2020
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3PL Provider NFI Will Expand Southern Dallas Logistics Hub
Connect Texas – September 21, 2020
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M I D W E S T   N E W S 

As Concerns Over Climate Change Rise, More Developers Turn To Wood
Chicago Business Journal – September 23, 2020
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US Urged To Subsidise Electric Cars On National Security Grounds
Chicago Business Journal – September 24, 2020
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