Detroit, with about 365 million sq. ft. of industrial space, tied with Atlanta in recording an 80 basis points drop in availability in the first quarter, according to a report by commercial real estate services firm CBRE.
Detroit, with about 365 million sq. ft. of industrial space, tied with Atlanta in recording an 80 basis points drop in availability in the first quarter, according to a report by commercial real estate services firm CBRE....More
As consumer demand and manufacturing output increases, industrial real estate investors are seeing huge potential for increased returns. This could spell new real estate decisions and strategies for owners and occupiers alike....More
Activist investors succeed in their attempts to oust the board of CommonWealth REIT. Sam Zell is now waiting in the wings. Duke Long lays out 10 reasons why “you will never become a commercial real estate broker.” Walgreens posts a weaker profit and announces plans to shut 76 drugstores. Telecom firm CenturyLink is expected to boost its data center presence in eight markets. RBS is mulling the sale of $550 million in Irish hotel assets. These are all among today’s 10 must reads for the commercial real estate industry....More
We highlight what are, arguably, 10 of the most impressive green industrial facilities in the United States, some of which are LEED certified, others of which are not LEED certified but are using innovative practices, and many of which are the first of their types.
New logistics models are springing up to grab the same-day delivery market share, ranging from mega-distribution centers totaling 1.5 million sq. ft. to tiny delivery posts in urban areas that compete with the struggling local connections....More
Eighteen U.S. firms were recently named to the Global 100, a stock index that ranks companies based on sustainable practices, a list that includes industrial powerhouse Prologis Inc. and other firms that use green concepts in their offices and manufacturing plants....More