Market Share’s Most Popular Posts of 2022
Read the full list of what captured the attention of industry professionals this year on Market Share, the official blog for commercial real estate.Read More
Read the full list of what captured the attention of industry professionals this year on Market Share, the official blog for commercial real estate.
The proximity of some brownfields – typically former industrial sites or other contaminated properties – to business centers and transportation networks can make them prime targets for redevelopment, but the need for environmental remediation can be daunting. Additionally, new government and community priorities, regulations and incentives […]
Low industrial vacancy rates and high rents, combined with a limited supply of undeveloped land in the Southern California market, are leading more developers to turn to conversion and redevelopment to meet record demand for industrial space. Zac Sakowski, senior managing director at JLL, and Jake […]
At first glance, the $1.5 billion specifically earmarked for brownfield cleanup and a total of $21 billion set aside for environmental remediation in the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (H.R. 3684) may seem paltry, given that there are an estimated 450,000 brownfield sites identified […]
South Florida is a major hub for logistics operations thanks to its proximity to busy ports. In 2020, PortMiami loaded about 1.1 million TEUs (20-foot equivalent units, 20-foot-long cargo containers). That represented a total of 9.7 million tons of cargo. Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale handled […]
Brownfield redevelopment is not for the faint of heart. Attendees got to see why at I.CON: The Industrial Conference this week. Jeff Milanaik, principal at Bridge Development Partners LLC, and Michael Murphy, chief development officer for CenterPoint Properties, shared the nitty-gritty details from the companies’ recent […]
Infill development is an integral and unavoidable part of the commercial real estate landscape in Southern California, where land is both scarce and expensive. At I.CON: Trends and Forecasts in Long Beach, California, a panel of experts explored three types of redevelopment: ground up, value-add and […]
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