Wow! Austin’s skyline sure has changed over the past 10 years as evident in this photo comparison. It looks like a completely different city.
By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research
In what was certainly one of the most underplayed stories in the local press over the past week, the San Francisco Planning Commission passed the Central SoMa rezoning plan unanimously. The
By Larry Goldwasser, Managing Director
Walls have gone up and steel has started on what will be Chicago’s largest speculative industrial project since the Central Manufacturing District broke ground in 1905 on some 260 acres along Pershing Road. Marina Crossings,
By Bruce Erhardt, Executive Director, Land Brokerage
Tampa Bay continues to experience strong economic, job and population growth into 2018. With an increasingly business friendly environment, further growth is anticipated as Tampa continues to attract companies from around the country.
By: Jason Tolliver, Americas Head of Logistics & Industrial Research and Clay Westbrook, Director of Research, Atlanta
Smaller Warehouse, Bigger Performance
The multitenant distribution (MTD) warehouse segment is generally described as warehouse/distribution buildings with small-to-medium footprints (typically 200,000 square