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Atlanta Developer Starts Construction on Speculative Distribution Facility in Memphis
Southridge Crossing Project One of Robinson Weeks Partners’ Latest in Memphis Area
Atlanta-based Robinson Weeks Partners to launch third spec industrial project in Memphis
Memphis Business Journal
An Atlanta-based industrial real estate development and acquisition firm is launching its next Memphis speculative industrial project. Robinson Weeks Partners will build a 234,360-square-foot ...
Robinson Weeks Partners launches construction for latest expansion at Ladson Industrial Park
American Journal of Transportation
We recently broke ground on two new speculative developments, Ladson 200 and Ladson 300, at Ladson Industrial Park in the Charleston market, located less than 25 miles from the Port of Charleston. A ...
Higher Costs, Less Waste: Six Ways Supply Chains Will Change in 2022
Supply Chain Brain
As we settle into the new year, we anticipate several emerging trends in logistics to impact our industry, from the growth of automation to increased warehouse development to enhance last-mile deliveries. ...
Exclusive: Huge industrial development breaks ground in Selma
San Antonio Business Journal
A joint venture between two development firms is building a huge industrial property in Selma.
South Atlanta distribution center project reflects record demand
A 1.3-million-square-foot expansion of a massive Forest Park distribution center reflects record demand for warehouse space across Atlanta – the country's hottest industrial real estate market.
Developers, major retailers keep betting on the Southside for logistics
Served by three interstate highways and in close proximity to the Atlanta airport and rail lines, the south side of the metro area has long been a favorite site for logistics operations.
Atlanta firm sells another spec warehouse in Memphis, this time for $19.7M
David Welch, CEO of Robinson Weeks Partners, has faith in the Memphis market — and for good reason.