DBT Reports Amazon Signs New Lease in Bear for Mega Warehouse

The Delaware Business Times is reporting Amazon will be leasing a new to be built warehouse in Bear, Exclusive: Amazon leases future mega warehouse near Bear. The DBT reporting found, “With a slated ground floor size of more than 1 million square feet, the facility would be among the largest warehouses in Delaware. The project is properly … Read more

These Rapidly-Expanding Industrial Tenants Should be on Your Radar

Commercial real estate’s industrial sector is constantly moving and shaking – and right now, there is too much activity in the warehousing scene to ignore. Namely, there are a few big players in the industry that deserve your attention. The warehousing arena is seeing massive expansion – but, these acquisitions aren’t generated from a myriad of … Read more

5 Things to Know About Opportunity Zones – August 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly shaken up every market in the country including the demand for Mid-Atlantic warehouse space. While all eyes are on Class A cities to see how the very best in the game are faring during these times, other locations aren’t getting much consideration. In the middle of all of this market-madness, how are opportunity zones doing … Read more

Industrial Real Estate Professionals Give 2020 Industrial Market Outlook

The amazing team over at NAI Global had South Carolina-based Regina Corso Consulting, a market research firm,  conduct a Real Estate Outlook study. The study was done by surveying NAI professionals from over 30 U.S. states and a dozen international countries. The survey was conducted between April 6 and 27, 2020 and 252 professionals completed … Read more

Are Open-Air Grocery Anchored Shopping Centers The Next Big Thing

The lockdowns has turned the world of CRE upside down. Nearly every sector has been disrupted (or stimulated, in the case of industrial) by the pandemic’s far-reaching effects. New trends are being put into place, consumer demands took a 90-degree turn, and new approaches to business are coming into the light. Everyone’s wondering what exactly is … Read more

Is Atlantic City A Good Real Estate Investment?

There is a lot of talk about Atlantic City these days. The opening of new casinos tends to always build the hype. ActionNews 6 has plenty of coverage on the impending openings of the Hard Rock Atlantic City and Ocean Resort Casino, Counting down to new casinos in Atlantic City. Though after the casino meltdown, these recent re-openings have decidedly less … Read more

Do Mall Owners Need to Innovate More?

Jim Walsh of The Courier-Post has some insights into PREIT’s year-end reporting, Loss rises for operator of South Jersey malls. It definitely has been a tough year for retail property investors and owners, especially those who own and operate malls. PHILADELPHIA – The owner of the Cherry Hill and Moorestown Malls has reported an annual loss of $61.3 million, … Read more

Will New Qualified Opportunity Zones Change Where to Invest In Philadelphia and the Suburbs?

For those looking to invest in Philadelphia real estate, some new Qualified Opportunity Zones could make a big difference. Jacob Adelman on Philly.com writes, Investors with ventures along much of Market Street in West Philadelphia and Broad Street in North Philadelphia, as well as neighborhoods such as Mantua, Point Breeze, and Brewerytown, may be in for new tax breaks under a federal … Read more

South Florida Warehouses to Heat Up Due to Coronavirus?

Keith Larsen and Katherine Kallergis have an article on The Real Deal, A safe bet: South Florida’s industrial market could boom after pandemic, which highlights some of the reasons South Florida along with numerous areas of the country could see a boom in the need for warehouses and industrial real estate. Consumers, increasingly from older generations, … Read more

Are Malls Really the Next Co-Working Hotspots?

As we previously wrote in, Do Mall Owners Need to Innovate More?, there seems to be a tremendous opportunity for a value-add investment play on many of the smaller, older malls. One suggestion we put forth, Should Mall Owners Be Looking to Create Co-Working Spaces?, was that mall owners should look to use co-working spaces to fill … Read more