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Industrial Midwest

Industrial market still charmed in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Ecommerce and the push for last-mile distribution centers continue to provide a boost to the U.S. industrial market, with Avison Young reporting that 272 million square feet of industrial construction was completed throughout the United States in the first quarter of 2019.

Industrial N Illinois

The state of the industrial market

| Whitney Carlisle

A panel of real estate brokers, investors and developers essentially all agreed that the industrial marketplace continues to flourish, surpassing just about every growth and expansion metric conceivable. The panel was convened at the 16th Annual CIP Summit, hosted by REjournals and I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of six talented pr…

Industrial N Illinois

Five points of industrial analysis

| Matt Baker

Institutional investors, developers and users alike are drawn into the industrial vortex, an asset class outperforming all others as the economy continues to shift to on-demand everything. What’s in store for the remainder of 2019 and this development cycle?

Industrial N Illinois

The U.S. labor shortage: Is it real or economic semantics?

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

The U.S. economy is benefitting from one of the longest economic expansions in history, with more than 118 months of sustained growth, extending the longest employment expansion on record. As a result, labor market conditions have tightened in recent years, with shortages of qualified workers reported among multiple trades and occupations.

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Cushman & Wakefield's Keais: Born, raised and thriving in Detroit

| Dan Rafter

Garrett Keais has worked in commercial real estate for nearly three decades. During this time, he’s regularly ranked as a top producer and has managed the real estate portfolios of several multi-billion-dollar financial institutions. Today, he is one of the leaders in Detroit’s commercial industry, working as a managing principal with the S…

Industrial N Illinois

Online grocery and last mile growth continue to drive food space usage

| Todd Heine

The growth in fresh and organic food products and last mile delivery is fueling significant demand for industrial space in Chicago and across the country. As a central location for food production, warehousing and distribution since the 1800s, Chicago continues to attract a diverse range of manufacturers, distributors and food ingredient companies.