Industrial

  • JLL to Handle Leasing at Mixed-Use Park

    VANCOUVER, WA—EastRidge Business Park is one of the largest mixed-use business parks in the Portland/Vancouver Metropolitan area.

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  • American Greetings Moving to Westlake

    CLEVELAND—The company has talked about the move for several years, but has finally sold its world headquarters and can now begin serious planning.

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  • JLL: Growing Tech Sector Posts Mixed Results

    NEW YORK CITY—After a number of large lease deals pushed the city’s tech sector to nearly 840,000 square feet in leases in May, the industry saw activity fall to 338,781 square feet in June, according to a research report released today by JLL.

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  • Infill Industrial Property Fetches $21M

    LOS ANGELES—CT Realty buys a 325,800-square-foot industrial property set on 14.7 acres in a prime City of Industry infill market from W.P. Carey.

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  • Chicago Industrials Pick up Speed

    CHICAGO—The I-55 Corridor submarket led the way and accounts for 3-million-square-feet of the new construction underway.

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  • L.A. Market Finally Rivals Bay Area

    LOS ANGELES—According to a video report from Allen Matkins and UCLA Anderson, the Los Angeles market is fully recovered and is beginning to catch up to its northern competitor, GlobeSt.com reports EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • California New Construction Stays Strong

    LOS ANGELES—A new report from UCLA Anderson and Allen Matkins shows new construction in California will continue to increase through 2017, GlobeSt.com reports in this EXCLUSIVE story.

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  • Fairfield Attracts New Businesses in Industrial

    FAIRFIELD, CA—Companies are choosing to locate here because of its location halfway between Sacramento and San Francisco, affordable commercial real estate prices, and an accessible, business-friendly city government.

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  • NJ Firm to Relocate to Charlotte, NC

    ELMWOOD PARK, NJ—Packing firm Sealed Air Corp. announced on Wednesday its plans to relocate its goal headquarters from here to a modern, state-of-the art, environmentally-sustainable campus that will become the headquarters for its divisions, research & development facilities, and corporate offices.

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  • Development: Biggest Gains Since Recovery Began

    WASHINGTON, DC—“Simply put, a healthy development industry is critical to a prosperous US economy,” says Thomas J. Bisacquino, NAIOP’s president and CEO.

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  • Ports Drive SoCal Industrial Market

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—After REDA Bascom Ventures breaks ground on two industrial developments in Southern California, GlobeSt.com sits down with principal Jason Krotts to talk about the new developments and why the firm is so bullish on Southern California, GlobeSt.com reports in this UPDATE to a previous story.

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  • Industrial Automates as Labor Pool Shrinks

    BUENA PARK, CA—As young people are attracted to cities, fewer are entering the industrial labor pool, making increased automation a necessity for distribution centers, C&W’s John C. Morris tells GlobeSt.com.

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  • FSW Setting Up in Underground Mine

    KANSAS CITY—The move will save the e-commerce firm big money on energy costs. Among the six warehouses in Kansas and Missouri that have received the ENERGY STAR from the feds, SubTropolis is the only one with a perfect rating.

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  • 2M-SF Industrial Build Nears Completion

    POMONA, CA—Seventh Street’s 91-acre Mission 71 Business Park enters the final construction phase, a 500,000-square-foot, $40-million, 23-acre facility with four buildings.

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  • REDA Launches Two Industrial Builds

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—A joint venture between the Bascom Group and Real Estate Development Associates is behind the two speculative projects, totaling 500,000 square feet and located in the Inland Empire and Los Angeles.

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  • Could Jax Port Buoy Office Market?

    JACKSONVILLE, FL—GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire caught up with Monte Merritt, senior director with Franklin Street’s Jacksonville office, to talk about how the Port of Jacksonville's industrial impacts could trickle down to other commercial real estate sectors.

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  • Prologis Q2 FFO Beats Estimates

    SAN FRANCISCO—The industrial REIT’s same-store NOI was up 3.8% year-over-year on the strength of higher occupancy and rental rates.

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  • How Jacksonville Port is Poised to Compete

    JACKSONVILLE, FL—Franklin Street's Monte Merritt tells GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire what's happening at the Port of Jacksonville and how its bound to impact commercial real estate in the region.

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  • Binswanger Tapped for MS Industrial Sale

    COLUMBUS, MS—Located on 30 acres along US 45, the manufacturing facility is being marketed for uses that range from machinery production to utilities.

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  • Ridge to Break Ground on 1.7M Facility

    CHICAGO—In this UPDATE , this Wednesday Ridge Development will break ground on its new facility, the largest development of its kind this year, that Michelin will occupy on completion.

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