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CRE Midwest

Demand for bigger distribution buildings increasing

| B. Herron

According to Jim Martell, Chairman and CEO of Ridge Property Trust (RPT), there is an unprecedented amount of one-million plus square foot buildings being built to accommodate the consolidation of the sub- regional distribution model of smaller buildings.

CRE Midwest

Southeast Wisconsin Continues to Thrive

| B. Herron

When CenterPoint Properties was a REIT, they were one of the first institutions to get into Wisconsin back in 1999. According to James Clewlow, chief investment officer at CenterPoint Properties, the company’s belief was that Milwaukee and Chicago would grow together.

CRE Midwest

Wisconsin is Leaving the Past Behind and Moving Forward

| B. Herron

New business parks and speculative buildings are either being planned, or are under construction to meet Wisconsin’s continued strong demand. That demand has come from not only companies choosing the Southeast Wisconsin area to relocate to, but to build new projects as well.

CRE Midwest

Southeast Wisconsin's blazing hot trend continues

| B. Herron

Since the start of 2013, Kenosha County’s industrial development activity has been nothing short of amazing. According to the Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA), major projects involving approximately 4,000 jobs, over $800 million of Capital Investment, and roughly 6.5 million square feet of new development or absorption have been announ…

CRE V Michigan

Tech boom helping Detroit recover after bankruptcy

| Dan Rafter

Real estate executives working in the Detroit market say that the city has steadily rebounded since its bankruptcy filing in 2013. These execs say that investors are again putting money into the city. Young people are moving into apartment buildings in the heart of downtown. And construction cranes are returning.

Industrial O Indiana

Industrial not the only sector thriving in Indianapolis

| Dan Rafter

We've written a lot about the boom in spec industrial development in Indianapolis. And that's good news. But the better news is that Indianapolis’ industrial sector isn’t the only one that’s seeing more activity today. Josh Caruana, regional manager with the Indianapolis office of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, said tha…