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A drilling rig is used to extract oil from shale after hydraulic fracturing at the Eagle Ford Shale formation in south Texas. (Shuli Hallak/Corbis)Infrastructure

The Economics Underlying the Texas Boom

Extracting oil and natural gas from shale is just one driver of the state’s latest glory days.

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  • The ‘New’ Industrial: E-commerce Fulfillment Centers

    November 11, 2013

    E-commerce has been the fastest-growing segment of the retail market for the last four years and can be expected to be a large share of the market for the next 15 to 20 years. Fulfillment centers have become the new face of industrial warehouse development, according to panelists at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago.

  • Chicago: City of Big Servers

    October 4, 2013

    Resources that drove the old industrial economy—a central location and access to power—plus available industrial space, give Chicago an edge in the data center business.

  • Worth Watching: Metro Areas and Their Prospects

    October 24, 2012

    Traditional industries, including energy and autos, are making a comeback in the United States. Their resurgence may present new opportunities for real estate investment.

  • Coloradans Search for Balance in Growth of ‘Fracking’

    October 19, 2012

    The hydraulic fracturing of rocks is a way to extract natural gas from far below the ground. It has strong economic and land use implications, especially in the West, where the process is fairly new, but it is not without controversy.

  • The Many Uses Blooming at Denver’s Old Airport: Stapleton

    October 11, 2012

    Think of it as recycling on a grand scale: thousands of people—and trees—are living where airline terminals and concrete runways once stood.

  • Industrial and Office Park Outlook

    August 1, 2012

    What does economic recovery mean for the industrial and office sectors?

  • Regeneration through an Urban Food Factory

    March 29, 2012

    A sustainably designed, adaptive-use, urban food factory in Portland, Oregon, helps a neighborhood suffering urban decay, foreclosures, and job losses.

  • Reshaping L.A.’s Industrial Landscape

    March 22, 2012

    As the balance sheets of corporate America are getting stronger and companies that can lease or buy are trading up to Class A industrial properties, the Class B and C buildings have to be rehabilitated to compete and to provide faster delivery. Hear from experts about a number of Southern California projects that transformed industrial properties.

  • Ready About

    March 9, 2012

    U.S. East Coast and Gulf ports are upgrading facilities in anticipation of supersized ships transiting the Panama Canal in 2014, while some smaller port cities are strategically positioned to fight for their share of the new business.

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