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DFW's Industrial & Logistics Outlook

Hot Markets, Major '19 Development & Design Trends, and a Capital Markets Forecast

Event Ended On: Wednesday February 13 2019

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Events Speakers and Panels

Tony Creme

Tony Creme

SVP, Hillwood Properties
Jeff Thornton

Jeff Thornton

Regional SVP, Duke Realty

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Construction, Design & Development Trends
New In Construction & Design, Site Selection, Emerging Markets & Tenant Demand Shifts
9:45 AM
10:15 AM
Investment & Development In Dallas
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10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Networking

Venue/Parking

Westin Galleria Dallas
13340 Dallas Pwky.
Dallas, TX 75240

Ballroom: San Antonio Ballroom, 4th Floor

Parking Information: Complimentary Self Parking Available & Discounted Valet Parking for $13.99

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Event Summary

Dallas-Fort Worth has more industrial real estate under construction than any other city or region in the country. Let that sink in. If there's any place you should be doing business, it's here. However, this isn't news - with millions of square feet of completed industrial space in 2018 solely by national players, the heat is on. Local developers are needing to get more

creative with site selection and design elements to stay competitive. As land around DFW becomes more and more saturated, what hot markets are opening up for 2019? Denton, South FTW?

Driven by the rise of e-commerce and large corporation relocations, the DFW metroplex is working hard to keep up with demand. With record high rents and record low vacancy, the industrial

boom is just going to keep, BOOMING! More business means more resources. How can we better retain and attract talent?

Join us on February 13th to deep dive into DFW's Industrial market! Interested in speaking, sponsoring? Email juliette@bisnow.com.

1. As land around DFW becomes more and more saturated, what hot markets are opening up for 2019?

2. Will the demand for industrial space stay high?

3. How are developers getting creative with site selection and design elements?

4. How can Dallas retain and attain labor and talent needed to keep up with demand?

5. What will the impact of automated trucks and cars be for 2019 and beyond?