Houston’s economy continues to add jobs well above the pace of the nation and in other large metropolitan areas. The unemployment rate in April was 4.6%, far below the national rate of 5.9%, with more than 85,000 jobs added over the last 12-months. The rate of job growth has averaged between 3% and 4% since […]
Archive for June, 2014
Cushman & Wakefield’s recent Southeast Industrial Client Webinar highlighted significant gains in the region’s fundamentals and indicate strong, positive momentum going forward. Construction, which has been confined mainly to build-to-suit or build-to-own opportunities over the past several years, saw solid growth on the speculative end, with over 2.5 million square feet currently under development. In […]
Los Angeles has a limited supply of funky brick-and-timber buildings ready to repurpose. Despite this scarcity, there is an abundance of single-story, stand-alone concrete buildings in soon-to-be-hip areas that can serve as incubators for the start-up creative companies that crop up on a weekly basis throughout the city.
Following the economy’s slowdown in 2013, when the GDP grew 1.2%, the consensus of analysts estimate that the Mexican business environment will accelerate and GDP will grow close to 2% in 2014; this as a result of increased external demand following the recovery in the U.S., increased government spending with emphasis on infrastructure and a […]
Construction On The Rise: Supply Barely Keeps Up With Demand In The Burgeoning I-81 And I-78 Distribution Corridor
Chances are if you’ve heard of them, they have a presence in the I-81/I-78 Distribution Corridor: Walmart, Lowes, Amazon.com, Nestle, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble – and the list goes on. With access to over 50% of the U.S. population and 60% of Canada’s within a 24-hour truck drive, it’s not surprising that a wide range […]