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The industrial real estate industry is ever-changing, especially in the dynamic Houston economy. For this reason, we will be providing our thoughts, insights and interesting articles about our industry, the economy and our great city.
Houston Is Warming Up to Co-Working

Houston Is Warming Up to Co-Working

By on Nov 6, 2017 in Blog |

After Hurricane Harvey rolled through town, thousands of Houstonians and homes across Houston were left devastated. Many offices across the city were flooded, as well. This has forced the hand of several companies to turn to growing co-working spaces in their time of need. Particularly at TechSpace in Westchase, occupancy has skyrocketed over 60% since […]

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Post-Harvey: Finding the New Normal

Post-Harvey: Finding the New Normal

By on Oct 9, 2017 in Blog |

  Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas almost six weeks ago, dropping over a year’s worth of rain on Houston in a matter of days. Ever since, much of the Houston area is attempting to return to normalcy after the devastation from the flooding of Hurricane Harvey. As we begin to understand the long-term impacts, […]

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Industrial Real Estate Meets Data Centers

Industrial Real Estate Meets Data Centers

By on Sep 14, 2017 in Blog |

  Industrial real estate and data centers have almost always been viewed as separate things. However, recent innovations in automated manufacturing and robotics have made certain industrial developers and investors realize the potential in utilizing data centers in their business. In late July 2017, Brennan Investment Group announced plans for Elk Grove Technology Park, a […]

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Houston Reaps Rewards of Panama Canal Expansion

Houston Reaps Rewards of Panama Canal Expansion

By on Aug 24, 2017 in Blog |

  According a new report from JLL, industrial real estate markets surrounding U.S. ports are booming, thanks to the $5 billion expansion of the Panama Canal in June 2016. With vacancy rates for industrial port-centric properties at an all-time low, about 25.4 million square feet of industrial space is under construction in the 14 markets […]

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Inspiring Stories: Stephen Adkisson

Inspiring Stories: Stephen Adkisson

By on Aug 16, 2017 in Blog |

  Today, the Voyage Houston blog released a feature on Adkisson Group’s Principal, Steve Adkisson. In the article, Steve states, “Our reputation is everything…We have immense pride in the quality of product we create. We stand behind our work and deliver a first class service, every time.” Check out Steve’s Q&A to learn more about […]

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The Building’s Always Greener

The Building’s Always Greener

By on Aug 7, 2017 in Blog |

  Once again Houston has snagged the title as one of the top 5 cities in the country with the greenest office spaces. According to a 2016 study conducted by CBRE Group and the Netherlands’ Maastricht University, 53 percent of the buildings in Houston are considered certified green developments. As Houston employers continue to try to […]

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