Death of the Mid Sized Industrial User in South Florida

Written by smacke01 on December 1st, 2010

When the residential real estate market imploded in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami counties, the fall out left many companies scrambling to make payroll and reduce overhead.  The lack of construction activity caused positions to be eliminated, inventories slashed, and anything overhead related was on the chopping block.  All the industrial users that needed warehouse….

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Sucking Wind: What To Do With an Empty, Single User Warehouse in Today’s Market?

Written by smacke01 on February 10th, 2010

It’s truly amazing to think 4 years ago Palm Beach County had one of the lowest industrial vacancy rates in the nation at 2.3%.  Vacant industrial land was being rezoned to residential land to fuel the housing boom and the money was rolling in for the construction trades that typically occupy industrial buildings.  It was….

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Warehouse Condos: When Can A Good, Honest Businessman Walk Away?

Written by smacke01 on February 1st, 2010

Picture This:
Its mid 2005 and your [anything related to residential construction] Business is booming like you’ve never experienced in 20 years of running your company.  You have a sales pipeline clogged with over a $1 million dollars of work filling your schedule well into the end of next year.  You just hired on a 3rd….

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