Monthly Archives: December 2015

A Matter of Degrees, Part 2

Recall from A Matter of Degrees Part 1 we’re discussing a 2,800 SF (70’ x 40’) basic structure, constructed in 1995 with a drive-up added in 2005.  Built for and formerly occupied by a sandwich & salad shop, this interior … Continue reading

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A Matter of Degrees, Part 1

A freestanding 2,800 SF building was constructed in 1995 on a mostly paved site, about one third an acre in size. Built for occupancy by a franchised national sandwich & salad shop, this was one of many locations selected by … Continue reading

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Import, Export, Ports!

A post from 2013 Made in (your town) USA? discussed the Panama Canal expansion and the impact of that project on logistics facilities across the country, in gateway and pipeline markets. While West Coast ports were already serving those markets, … Continue reading

Posted in Market Trends