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New Project: Logistics Hub in Fort Worth

Developers have broken ground on Phase I of a new logistics hu...

October 31, 2020

Developers have broken ground on Phase I of a new logistics hu...

October 31, 2020


New Project: Industrial Campus in Colorado

A developer has announced that it will expand its industrial o...

October 31, 2020

A developer has announced that it will expand its industrial o...

October 31, 2020


New Project: Major Mixed-Use Project in North Carolina

A developer has announced their plans to construct a new mixed...

October 31, 2020

A developer has announced their plans to construct a new mixed...

October 31, 2020


New Project: Mixed-Use Tower in New Jersey

Developers will soon break ground on a new, $91.5 million mixe...

October 31, 2020

Developers will soon break ground on a new, $91.5 million mixe...

October 31, 2020


New Project: Apartment Complex in Connecticut

Developers are proposing building a new apartment complex in C...

October 31, 2020

Developers are proposing building a new apartment complex in C...

October 31, 2020


Acquisition: Warehouse Investor Buys Industrial Park in Southern California

A warehouse investor has purchased a large industrial park in ...

October 30, 2020

A warehouse investor has purchased a large industrial park in ...

October 30, 2020


New Project: Large Residential Development in Chicago

Developers have unveiled their plans to construct a large resi...

October 30, 2020

Developers have unveiled their plans to construct a large resi...

October 30, 2020


Project Update: Exterior Work Nearly Finished on Residential Tower in Manhattan

Exterior work is wrapping up on a new residential building in ...

October 30, 2020

Exterior work is wrapping up on a new residential building in ...

October 30, 2020


New Project: Senior Community Near Austin

Developers have begun construction on a new senior housing com...

October 30, 2020

Developers have begun construction on a new senior housing com...

October 30, 2020


New Project: $60 Million Residential Development in Minneapolis

Ground will soon be broken on a new, $60 million residential d...

October 30, 2020

Ground will soon be broken on a new, $60 million residential d...

October 30, 2020


New Project: Amazon Distribution Center in Nebraska

Developers have announced their plans to redevelop an office b...

October 29, 2020

Developers have announced their plans to redevelop an office b...

October 29, 2020


New Project: Mixed-Use Tower in Dallas

A joint venture has announced plans to construct a new, high-r...

October 29, 2020

A joint venture has announced plans to construct a new, high-r...

October 29, 2020


Project Update: Fenestration Near Completion at Residential Tower

Fenestration work is nearly complete on the multi-story additi...

October 29, 2020

Fenestration work is nearly complete on the multi-story additi...

October 29, 2020


New Project: Amazon Distribution Center in Nebraska

Amazon has announced plans to construct a new, sprawling distr...

October 29, 2020

Amazon has announced plans to construct a new, sprawling distr...

October 29, 2020


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