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THE Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference 2020

Western Real Estate Business, Shopping Center Business and California Centers magazines along with the InterFace Conference Group are pleased to announce THE Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference. The event will be held January 23rd in the City of Moreno Valley. Covering the retail, industrial and multifamily sectors, this event brings together the industry players who buy, sell, develop, redevelop, lease or finance properties in the Inland Empire. The Inland Empire is one of the …

New Tenants, Developments Signal Strength of Kansas City Industrial Market

The Kansas City industrial real estate market recorded very healthy maturation in 2019. When surveying the strength of our market, we typically consider how many new tenants or users entered the market with major investments and how many development deals were announced. Diving into the analytics, it is exciting to see some disciplined characteristics of a solid industrial market, including a slight slowdown in the pace of market expansion, a diverse group of business types demanding space, …

Pricing for Industrial Assets in Dallas Increases 20 Percent in 12 Months

Pricing for industrial distribution and warehouse properties has climbed in many U.S. markets over the past 12 months as investors have continued to focus on markets tied to large population centers and their connections to logistics and e-commerce spaces. According to an Avison Young Industrial Investment Review, prices in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) market rose the most out of the major industrial markets reviewed, increasing 20 percent to $85 per square foot. Prices for DFW industrial …

How E-Commerce Has Impacted Industrial Real Estate

Over the past decade, the way we shop has undoubtedly changed. With the evolution of e-commerce, subsequently, so has  industrial real estate. Increasing delivery speeds and near-immediate access to goods have become top priorities for consumers, pushing retailers and their supply chains to follow suit. The demand for warehouse space in close proximity to major highways and transit hubs has steadily increased. These locations allow for faster and more efficient deliveries to the end …

Lines of Distinction Blur Between Dallas, Fort Worth Industrial Markets

Much of the national hype surrounding the growth in industrial development, investment and leasing activity in North Texas is centered on Dallas, a national leader in in-migration and employment growth across a variety of industries. The demographic and economic fundamentals of Dallas have made it a highly desirable market for e-commerce and third-party logistics users looking to service an ever-growing last-mile population. But beginning about four years ago, the dwindling supply of quality …

Houston Industrial Market: Smaller Product Struggles, Big Distribution Thrives

All the recent talk in the Houston industrial market has focused on the amount of distribution space that is under construction or proposed for development. As a result, many industrial real estate professionals are worried about certain submarkets becoming overbuilt. This is a reasonable thought, given that Houston has more distribution space under construction than ever before — roughly 18 million square feet is under construction citywide, compared to the previous high in 2015 of 15 …

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 …

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