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The latter view led to what Mr. Mitchell considers one of his best calls of 2011: a sell recommendation on Prologis Inc., the world's largest public owner of warehouses, which he put in place in April and ended soon after the REIT completed its merger ...
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EastGroup: Anchor Your Income Portfolio With An Industrial REIT That Won't ...
Four such REITs that should benefit from accelerated port-based demand include ProLogis Inc. (NYSE:PLD), Duke Realty (NYSE:DRE), DCT Industrial Inc. (NYSE:DCT), and EastGroup Properties (NYSE:EGP).
Large warehouse space filling up as tenants commit to new leases
Brian Marsh, senior vice president at ProLogis Inc., has a former Kraft Foods Inc. building at 2235 Spiegel Drive available.
Market Resource set for expansion
... first quarter of last year,� Jenny Cupp, senior property manager and leasing associate with ProLogis, says. �It's definitely an upswing in the market.
EDA offers $34.6M incentive package to lure online grocer
A subsidiary of Ahold USA Inc. is considering leasing 344,000 square feet in an 878,000-square-foot distribution center to be owned by Prologis. The facility would serve Peapod, another Ahold USA subsidiary. "We're bringing a lot of jobs to New Jersey ...
The List: Top commercial property managers
CBRE Inc. has retained the top spot on the Business Journal's list of commercial property management firms, with 12.98 million square feet under management.
Top 10 Global Real Estate ETFs
There is currently a shorter list of a dozen ETFs oriented to primarily to global REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) with more on the way no doubt.
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Best Dividend-Paying Assets
This article provides a brief overview of which dividend-paying assets have increased their dividend payouts. Since payout trends tend to be curvilinear for most of these assets (i.
Top 10 U.S. Real Estate ETFs
We have to wonder as see markets fading quickly if many REITs had experienced a false spring rally and are now correcting. A recent report suggested that over one third of shopping malls will disappear in the coming years due to the growth in ecommerce.