PERE Feature | February 2020 As industrial increasingly becomes a preferred property class, investors are paying ever-higher prices. But that may limit the potential for continued outperformance, explains Realterm’s director of research, Nathan Kane in PERE’s latest “Investing in Industrial and
Realterm Logistics closed on the acquisition of a functional and well located 153,000 SF final mile distribution center in the Mid-Counties submarket of Los Angeles. The property’s combination of loading, parking and drive through capability make this asset unique for the market and ideal for final
Realterm Logistics closed on the acquisition of a 187,650 SF dry & cold storage facility on 25.7 acres in Laredo, TX, the largest inland port in the U.S. The Port of Laredo is home to more than 900 freight forwarders and trucking companies and is responsible for nearly $250 billion in annual trade
Realterm Logistics closed on the acquisition of a well located, functional 64-door high flow-through facility in Seattle, WA. The facility is advantageously located minutes away from the I-405 and I-5 interchange, allowing efficient access to downtown Seattle and the Kent Valley. The property
Realterm Logistics closed on the acquisition of a well located and functional 5.0-acre fleet operations facility in Fontana, CA. The facility is advantageously located at the intersection of the I-10 and I-15, allowing efficient access throughout the Inland Empire and the broader Los Angeles market.