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Industrial real estate continues historic pace

By , Daily Memphian Updated: July 12, 2022 11:39 AM CT | Published: July 07, 2022 4:00 AM CT
<strong>Three of the five largest properties sold in the second quarter were in DeSoto County, including Wheeler Fleet&rsquo;s move into Legacy Park in Olive Branch.</strong> (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian file)

Three of the five largest properties sold in the second quarter were in DeSoto County, including Wheeler Fleet’s move into Legacy Park in Olive Branch. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian file)

Rents exceeded $4 per square foot for the first time, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s second-quarter report.

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Neil Strebig

Neil Strebig

Neil Strebig is a chef turned journalist covering economic development and commercial real estate for The Daily Memphian. He grew up in Pennsylvania and has worked at media outlets including the York Daily Record/USA Today Network and most recently as Report for America Corps Member with Lookout Santa Cruz. He is a graduate of Point Park University in Pittsburgh.


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