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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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.
9/1/2022 • John Salustri
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.
9/9/2021 • Linda K. Monroe
Last year, industrial real estate reached new heights, which is quite the accomplishment for a sector already known for its red-hot performance.
6/10/2021 • Sabah Khodir
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
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.
The word “industrial” is more likely to conjure up images of billowing smokestacks and miles of concrete than solar panels and bike racks, but innovative industrial property professionals are proving that industrial can be just as “green."
The U.S. industrial sector, long considered the hottest in the commercial real estate industry, even in the midst of a slow economic recovery, isn't showing any signs of cooling just yet.
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