DC Network Design

Search tags:
CBRE forms omnichannel real estate practice
Division will help retailers combine logistics operations with brick-and-mortar store, firm says.
E-commerce growth drives DC demand in smaller markets
Warehouse rental rates in "secondary" markets like Denver, Detroit, and Portland now exceed prerecession levels, CBRE says.
Carrier warehousing, anyone?
Averitt Express carves out a niche staging e-commerce stuff in its truck terminals.
Amazon buys Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion
Acquisition gives e-tailing giant access to more than 460 brick-and-mortar stores.
Pre-commitments for warehouse, DC space at highest level since 2000, report says
CBRE says 43 percent of space under construction already spoken for.
CBRE report says industrial property demand slowed in first quarter
High costs, tight supply give users pause, report says.
U.S. industrial market soars in first quarter with high absorptions, low vacancies, report says
Vacancy rate hits 5.3 percent, 300 basis points below 10-year average, Cushman & Wakefield says.
Going vertical: interview with David Egan
David Egan, head of industrial and logistics research for the Americas operation of real estate giant CBRE Group, says the future is looking up for industrial property, literally and figuratively.

More DC Network Design Articles »