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L.A. Port Bounces Back from 2015 Strike with Record Cargo Volume
The L.A. port isn’t suffering today, as it recently announced its busiest quarter ever during the first three months of 2016.
Industrial Tenants Favor Newly Constructed Facilities
U.S. industrial net absorption activity in the first quarter was dominated by move-ins to facilities that were built in the past 27 months.
Country Faces Overwhelming Need for Affordable Seniors Housing Options 1
A recent study by Make Room reported that the percentage of seniors who need affordable housing is rising faster than the increase in the elderly U.S. population.
Office Tenants Pull Reins on Growth in the First Quarter
Leasing volume has been down recently because of stock market volatility and concerns over the economic slowdown in China and low oil prices.
U.S. Industrial Rent Growth to Hit Peak in 2016, but Experts Predict Deceleration in 2017
U.S. cities—San Francisco, Chicago and Nashville, Tenn.—posted the highest rental growth rates last year, according to Prologis.
Seniors Housing Industry Searches for Breakout Silvertech Apps
The key to reaching seniors is by making them feel empowered and also using technology to improve their health.
High M&A Volume in Manufacturing Creates Opportunities for Industrial Owners
The industrial real estate sector can capitalize on the high M&A activity, in part because the real estate impact from the mergers is not typically a top consideration during negotiations.
Manufacturing Industry Fills Up Crane-Served Buildings
Empty crane-served buildings are becoming scarce as manufacturing activity surges, especially in states that serve as homes to the auto industry.
Exceptional Year Forecast for Self-Storage Assets 1
With fewer new properties, a low homeownership rate and record apartment renting levels, there’s no reason the self-storage industry shouldn’t continue to outperform.
Workplace Survey Shows Wide Gap in Office Preferences between Tech, Finance Companies
Concerns about providing attractive workplaces have increased as hiring has improved in recent months.
Boston Benefits from Strong Demand from Life Science Tenants
Life science companies leased almost two million sq. ft. in Boston and Cambridge markets in 2015, increasing activity by more than 160 percent from a year prior.
Seniors Housing Facilities Slow to Adopt New Technologies 1
The seniors housing community has still not moved much toward adopting new high-tech services.
Demand for Big-Box Space Dominates Industrial Investment
Large distribution centers are showing strong occupancy trends and attracting scores of buyers.
Memory Care Proves to be Most Wanted Seniors Property Type
Memory care facilities retain their popularity as the market gets ready to cater to aging baby boomers' needs.
Part 1: Overview
Exclusive NREI research shows industrial real estate pros remain bullish on the prospects for their sector.

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