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Industrial Spaces In High Demand, Leads Post-COVID Recovery

According to an Industrial Sector Outlook report by Colliers. the lessened COVID-19 impact to the industrial properties sector is thought to be due to the high demand for e-commerce projects and groceries. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Big-Box Industrial Real Estate To Remain Stable In 2020, Though Changes Abound

For industrial space in general, not just big box, changes to the supply chain brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic will result in strong demand, according to research from CBRE. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Russian Billionaire Buys Downtown Fort Lauderdale Property For $63 Million With Plans For Something ‘Exceptional’

The OKO Group was vague about Chairman and CEO Vladislav Doronin’s development plans for the area, but the developer is not known for thinking small with an eye for high-end developments and office complexes. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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New Food Regulations Could Drive Demand For More Cold Storage

The majority of current cold storage stock is outdated and would be difficult to retrofit up to new standards, says Bridge Development’s Brian Niven. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida CRE Markets Poised For Rebound As Tenants, Landlords Navigate Lease Negotiations

Florida’s real estate industry may be primed to recover with a sharp rebound despite the uncertainty brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Warehouse Demand Poised To Rise Rise As US Economy Restarts

According to CBRE research, as the nation’s economy restarts., companies may have to create more domestic supply chains that would requqire an additional 400 to 500 million square feet of warehouse space for a 5% uptick in business inventories, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FORE MORE

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COVID-19 Creates CRE Opportunities For Latam Investors

Claudio Mekler, founder of Miami Manager, just gave some insights on how the current crisis provides a good investment opportunity for Latin American investors to take a more active role in the U.S. real estate market. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Rauch Robertson & Co. Reps Seller In Another Record Industrial Facility Sale

The transaction, negotiated by Rauch Robertson & Co. Senior Vice President Dan Casey, CCIM, on behalf of the seller, marks the highest negotiated price for an industrial asset within the Newport Center in Deerfield Beach. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Commercial Leases In The Era Of COVID-19

Two months into the COVID-19 nightmare, commercial mortgage specialists are still being asked many of the same lease-related questions by their clients. Mortgage Profession America reached out to three partners of a New York firm to get some answers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Broward College Offers Land In Exchange For Partnership

Broward College wants to work with developers to build a commercial project on 15.5 acres located on the southeast corner of its campus along Davie Road, including Seahawk Lake and several parking lots. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Will Commercial Real Estate Ever Return To The Way It Was Before COVID-19?

While recovery may still be a long way off, it’s not too early to estimate the impacts of the crisis on activity within the CRE industry. A recent survey collected responses from industry professionals across the U.S. and the world, working in fields from development to architecture to brokerage across a diverse range of property types. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Silver Lining: Where The Commercial Real Estate Industry Sees Opportunity From COVID-19 Outbreak

A recent survey conducted by six industry groups asked respondents what impacts they were seeing from the outbreak and what strategies they were using to address them. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE