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Interview with Frank P. Crivello: Phoenix Investors helps bring new life to distressed properties

As reported in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel by Jeff Bentoff, for Phoenix Investors In a wide-ranging interview, Phoenix Investors Chairman and Founder Frank P. Crivello discusses the company’s beginnings, philosophy and two key projects that helped revitalize their communities. Q:  Tell us about Phoenix Investors. A: Phoenix Investors is a national commercial real estate firm based in Milwaukee. Our core business is renovating and repositioning underappreciated former single-tenant Class B and Class C industrial facilities throughout the U.S. The properties we redevelop were previously owned by large companies, Real Estate Investment ... Read More

2020-08-14T18:38:56+00:00August 14th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

The USMCA & the Industrial Real Estate Sector

As published in National Real Estate Investor Industrial real estate has been at the front of the commercial real estate pack ever since the COVID-19 pandemic caused an e-commerce boom and subsequent demand spike for warehousing, distribution, and cold storage space. While the coronavirus continued to dominate the headlines, however, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) quietly went into effect on July 1, 2020. The USMCA has its own set of implications for commercial and industrial real estate in the United States. The agreement replaced the North American ... Read More

2020-08-12T18:59:30+00:00August 12th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Industrial Supply Chain Management

Global outsourcing has become increasingly popular in recent decades as companies pursued lower production and logistics costs. China, in particular, became a hotbed for contract manufacturing and supplier sourcing thanks to their large and affordable labor pools. As communication technologies improved, working with businesses anywhere in the world became easier than ever before. When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down factories in China, the global supply chain was woefully unprepared and ground to a halt. As the initial wave of the pandemic begins to subside, supply ... Read More

2020-08-10T19:59:31+00:00August 10th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|
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