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Frank P. Crivello of Phoenix Investors Discusses Crime Reduction Through Urban & Rural Blight Removal

As reported in Kenosha News and The Journal Times MILWAUKEE — Urban and rural blight refers to buildings that have been abandoned and left to decay. Studies dating as far back as the 1920s have in various ways linked blighted properties to marked increases in neighborhood crime and reduced economic activity. Most studies focus on abandoned residential properties, but Milwaukee-based real estate developer Phoenix Investors noticed a pattern between its large-scale industrial redevelopments and crime reduction. Phoenix Investors’ core business is the revitalization of former ... Read More

2020-06-29T19:04:11+00:00June 29th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

Midwest Investor Snags Industrial Portfolio in Emerging Kentucky, Pennsylvania Markets

As published in CoStar News By Cara Smith-Tenta Affiliates of investment firm Phoenix Investors said it acquired a portfolio of industrial properties divided between Kentucky and Pennsylvania, which CoStar analysts describe as “booming” logistics markets that could emerge from the coronavirus pandemic “relatively unscathed.” Phoenix Investors, a commercial real estate investment firm based in Milwaukee, bought four industrial properties totaling 1.76 million square feet in the greater Lexington, Kentucky, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, metropolitan areas, according to a statement from Phoenix Investors and CoStar research. Ledvance, a lighting manufacturing ... Read More

2020-06-24T19:23:14+00:00June 24th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

COVID-19’s Impact on Industrial Real Estate

As published in National Real Estate Investor The coronavirus pandemic resulted in unprecedented disruption to the global supply chain. Food suppliers couldn’t get product where it needed to be to reach consumers. Retailers and e-commerce businesses ran out of essential goods such as toilet paper at the first whisper of stay-at-home orders and couldn’t restock because primary suppliers were shuttered. American manufacturers couldn’t access raw materials and key components for the same reason. As stay-at-home orders began to expand, manufacturers found themselves temporarily closed. Distribution ... Read More

2020-06-24T15:05:49+00:00June 24th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|