Industrial Real Estate

Normalization Creeps Back Into the Industrial Marketplace

The industrial marketplace, after a pandemic-induced run-up in activity, is at last starting to slow down. But a slowdown does not always mean a slump, and normalization is the watchword as sales and construction activities retreat to pre-COVID-19 le

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Latest Articles

Raising the Bar on Health and Wellness in Industrial Buildings

When it comes to addressing concerns about health and wellness—and how they impact tenant comfort and satisfaction—the industrial real estate sector is about 10 years behind its office sector counterpart.

9/1/2022John Salustri  

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Industrial Demand: A Market Revolution

When asked about the health of the industrial sector, property experts agree: Industrial remains one of the strongest components of the real estate marketplace—and, thankfully, it will continue to do well in the foreseeable future.

9/9/2021Linda K. Monroe  

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Booming Industrial Sector Reaches New Heights

Last year, industrial real estate reached new heights, which is quite the accomplishment for a sector already known for its red-hot performance.

6/10/2021Sabah Khodir  

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Earlier Articles

Where Are Capital Allocations Going?

“Stodgy.” That is how Beth Mattison-Tieg describes under-performing assets in her recent article for the Urban Land Institute, “Investors Fueling Growth in Alternative Property Sectors.” The article piggybacks on the release of ULI’s 2024 Emerging Tr

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Biden and the Supply Chain

Days after revealing a plan to incentivize office-to-residential conversions, the Biden Administration has turned its attention once again to the industrial market and shoring up the supply chain.

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White House Mounts Dual Attack on Commercial Real Estate Issues

“Office and commercial vacancies around the country are affecting urban downtowns and rural main streets.” That frank assessment of the commercial real estate sector’s current woes came from the Biden-Harris White House in late October, as the Admini

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When the Supply Chain Ends at Your Doorstep, It's Time to Adapt

Logistics real estate used to be back of mind. Warehouses and distribution centers were planted in remote locations, where costs for land, labor and taxes were low. Today, thanks to e-commerce and rising service level expectations, shortening time an

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A Culture of Teamwork

As commercial real estate firms look to rebalance their portfolios with more lucrative industrial assets, property managers with years of experience in the office sector might find themselves thrust into a new role.

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