Industrial Real Estate

New Supply and Tenant Demand

Following an unprecedented surge in demand during the pandemic, high interest rates and economic uncertainty has resulted in demand for industrial space normalizing just below pre-pandemic levels over the past several quarters. Trends show a possible

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White-Hot Industrial Sector Cools

Industrial real estate was the hottest ticket in town as the pandemic created insatiable demand for e-commerce by consumers and businesses. With much of the country under shelter-in-place policies, developers raced to build fulfillment centers and

5/17/2024Liz Wolf  

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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

9/13/2023John Salustri  

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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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Earlier Articles

Mall Occupancy is Seeing Shifts Due to Macy’s Closures

The future of malls is shifting. Macy’s announced that it will be closing 150 stores over the next few years; other stores like The Body Shop and Express have announced bankruptcy; and inflation continues to soar, where it currently stands at 3.5% fo

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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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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.

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