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InterFace Salt Lake City Industrial 2019

Western Real Estate Business magazine and InterFace Conference Group will host the InterFace Salt Lake City Industrial conference . The event will take place November 12th at the Salt Lake City Marriott City Center. Join us and network with the people who are buying, selling, developing, redeveloping, leasing or financing industrial properties in the Utah area. The panelists at the conference will discuss the latest trends in industrial development and investment. Speakers will also …

Demand Outpaces Development in New Jersey’s Industrial Market

Across the Northeast, the high level of demand from retailers, food companies and transportation/logistics firms is outpacing the level of development and redevelopment in the industrial market, causing a severe shortage of product and skyrocketing rents across the region. At the center of this trend is New Jersey, situated in the heart of the Northeast’s Boston-Washington, D.C. corridor between Philadelphia and New York City. The demand for industrial space in New Jersey is driven by its …

Industrial Development Shifts Westward From Port

Demand for industrial space is roaring throughout the submarkets surrounding the Port of New York and New Jersey, propelled by the port’s handling of a record amount of cargo thus far in 2019. As a result of the healthy demand, as well as more product coming in and out of the port, landlords are enjoying positive rent growth accentuated by a limited supply of  quality industrial space. The port experienced record growth in cargo volume handled during the first six months of 2019, according …

While the City Thrives, Amarillo Industrial Market Faces Hurdles

Amarillo has continued on the path of steady growth with a strong unemployment rate of 2.7 percent. Along with its sturdy economy, Amarillo’s commercial market has followed a path of consistent advancement, but there are clouds on the horizon and hints of a stall are visible. Our core market indicators are showing cracks. There are fewer jobs now than there were a year ago. Commodities have been flat at best. Oil prices have experienced declines in excess of 10 percent from this time last …

Case Study: Dallas vs. Houston Industrial

The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Houston metro areas have vastly different opportunities and challenges in terms of commercial real estate. Yet this year both have both landed in the top five in the nation for industrial development. Driven by strong population and job growth, DFW and Houston don’t expect their industrial expansions to slow down any time soon. At the end of the second quarter, DFW was No. 2 in the country in industrial development behind California’s Inland Empire, with …

Array of Industries Drives New Jersey Industrial Market’s Growth

New Jersey’s industrial market continues to expand, driven by a plethora of industries, including retail, manufacturing, food companies, transportation and logistics. As the popularity of e-commerce shows no signs of abating, New Jersey has become a key location for distribution centers and last-mile delivery hubs to serve the entire Northeast region. E-retailers are scooping up available industrial space, taking advantage of New Jersey’s excellent air, freight, port, and rail …

Myriad Factors at Play for St. Louis Industrial Market Activity

The St. Louis industrial market continues to rally after posting 22 straight quarters of positive absorption. Record leasing activity and historically low vacancy have put the region on pace to deliver another 6.5 million square feet of Class A industrial space in 2019. This is in a market that averages deliveries of approximately 2.5 million square feet annually. Current drivers engendering this industrial activity include the following. Discipline Developers in St. Louis have long been …

InterFace Phoenix Industrial 2019

Western Real Estate Business and the InterFace Conference Group are pleased to announce the annual InterFace Phoenix Industrial Conference on September 11th at The Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas. The big event will include those who are buying, selling, developing, redeveloping, leasing or financing industrial properties in the Arizona area. The conference will explore the latest trends in leasing, management and operations, as well as economic and demographic trends that impact the …

InterFace DFW Industrial 2019

Texas Real Estate Business and the InterFace Conference Group are pleased to announce the annual InterFace DFW Industrial Conference on September 4 at The Westin Galleria. The big event will include those who are buying, selling, developing, redeveloping, leasing or financing industrial properties in Texas. The conference will explore the latest trends in leasing, management and operations, as well as economic and demographic trends that impact the industrial real estate market in Texas. The …

Diverse Mix of Industries Propels Dallas Industrial Market to New Heights

Until about six years ago, the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) industrial market was considered a second-tier market, lagging behind the likes of New York-New Jersey, Chicago and Los Angeles in terms of investor interest and demand. Today, the metroplex is not only holding its own with the traditional gateway markets, but in some cases surpassing them, thanks to growth from an exceptionally diverse group of tenants and industries. Natural population growth throughout North Texas has prompted stronger …

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