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Deal Ticker

North Texas Industrial Portfolio Exchanges Hands

Plus: Two Uptown multifamily sell; two new restaurants join Omni Dallas Hotel’s Lamar collection; and more.
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CRE Opinion

These Are Excellent Times For DFW Industrial

Cushman and Wakefield's Nathan Orbin: DFW industrial will continue to lead the major U.S. markets in tenant activity and new construction in 2021.
By Nathan Orbin
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Business

Dallas-Fort Worth’s Industrial Sector is on Fire

E-commerce defined the region’s commercial real estate market in 2020. Here’s a look at what that means for the future.
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CRE Opinion

Industrial Isn’t a “Shiny New Toy” — It’s Had Staying Power For Many Years

And it's not just ecommerce. Automotive, electronics, and healthcare are just a few types of companies driving local demand.
By Cliff Booth

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Commercial Real Estate

We’re in One of the Biggest Supply Chain Disruptions in History

Cushman & Wakefield Industrial Tenant Rep David Eseke explains why massive adoption of e-commerce earlier in the year will help with possible logjams.
By David Eseke
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Commercial Real Estate

Industrial Real Estate Puts Dinner on the Table for Texas Despite Turbulent Environment

All the right ingredients are there: net absorption, rental rates, deal activity, new construction, and healthy capital markets, says Transwestern's John Brewer.
By John Brewer
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Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: DFW’s Top Leases, Sales, and New Projects

Amazon plans $41 million project south of Interstate 20, Transwestern closes 200,000 square feet supply chain lease in Flower Mound, Veritex Bank expands footprint, and more.
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Commercial Real Estate

Why DFW’s Industrial Market Is Poised for Ongoing Success

Recent leasing activity indicates continuing momentum in the sector, says Nathan Orbin of Cushman & Wakefield.
By Nathan Orbin
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Commercial Real Estate

Industrial Real Estate Sees Promising Future As Sector Benefits from E-Commerce During Pandemic

The fear of material runout will increase inventory demand by 5-7 percent, says NAI Robert Lynn's Industrial's Rick Medinis.