Cincinnati Business Courier
August 30, 2012
“Two former Natorp’s Garden Store sites in Mason and Florence are listed for sale by Anchor Associates. …
“The Mason property is the largest site of its kind in the vicinity, which is already heavily built-up, according to Loren DeFilippo, senior regional director at the real estate research firm Xceligent Inc.
“’There are a few industrial sites of five acres each, but for prime retail land, nothing except an irregular five-acre parcel at Irwin Simpson and Wilkins Boulevard,’ DeFilippo said.”
Birmingham Business Journal
August 24, 2012
“Industrial real estate, like other sectors in the market, got a short-term boost following the deadly storms that rocked Alabama last year.
“But Birmingham’s industrial real estate market deflated in the second quarter of 2012 as manufacturers displaced by the storms began moving back into their former spaces, according to the latest quarterly report from real estate research firm Xceligent.”
INDEPENDENCE, MO – AUGUST 2012 — Beginning the first phase of a national expansion covering the 65 largest U.S. markets, Xceligent, Inc. announces the launch of its commercial real estate information service in the Phoenix market. Xceligent is the fastest growing nationwide provider of proactively researched commercial real estate solutions.
Xceligent provides a comprehensive suite of fully researched property, listing, tenant, lease and sale transaction, historical trend and demographic information that all results in market analytics certified quarterly by Advisory Boards comprised of the leading market professionals. The information is used by real estate brokers, appraisers, property owners, investors and developers as they make strategic decisions to lease, sell and develop property.
The Journal Record
Oklahoma City, OK
August 1, 2012
“The struggles in the national economy appear to be weighing on the minds of Oklahoma City office tenants, as leasing activity slowed during the second quarter. Despite the slowing, the market did absorb more than 60,000 square feet of space and vacancy fell below 11 percent, according to Xceligent’s 2nd Quarter Oklahoma City Office Market Trends report.”
“Two new studies indicate that industrial buildings in the area are finding more tenants – barely.
“…Another report, released by Xceligent, indicates a steeper drop in vacancies from 10 percent at the end of this year’s first quarter to 9.3 percent as of June 30.
“Brian Hunt, author of the Xceligent report, said that manufacturing buildings seem to be faring better than warehouse properties, and facilities that have an in-house crane are in especially high demand.
“‘Crane buildings are in very short supply, and tenants are seeing higher rates for buildings with them,’ he said.”
Public records reflect closing Thursday, July 19 on transaction nearing $20 per square foot.
Xceligent, Inc., a provider of proactively researched commercial real estate information, announces the sale of one of the largest land deals in the area this year.
On Thursday, July 19, CarMax closed on its first location in Dane County, a 4.85 acre site in the city of Madison. The site located at 6601 Odana Road was the former location of the Gordie Boucher Lincoln Mitsubishi car dealership. Public records reflect a price of $4,167,000 or $19.72 per square foot.
“The southeastern Wisconsin industrial real estate market had positive net absorption of 553,168 square feet of space during the second quarter and the region’s industrial rate dipped slightly to 7.33 percent, according to the Xceligent and Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin (CARW) second quarter report.” (Full Article)