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Tesla service center, charging station coming to vacant space in Montrose

MONTROSE, Ohio — Telsa is expanding throughout Northeast Ohio. A former Toys ‘R’ Us location in Montrose will soon become the new home to a Tesla service center and charging station. The building, which was the site of the toy store before it

Automotive ‘Country Club’ in the Works for Howell Site

A racecar-loving father-and-son business duo are moving forward with an ambitious plan to bring a multimillion-dollar automotive country club and garage development to a 270-acre site owned by the city of Howell. The project, Motorsports Gateway, calls for 67

Self-Storage Sector Holds Up Amid the Pandemic

A confluence of factors conspired to drive down rents at self-storage properties earlier in the year, but now with new demand generated by the broader disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the sector’s fortunes have stabilized. Though the majority of

Companies Step Up Distribution Automation Under Pandemic Strains

A handful of warehouse robots helped American Eagle Outfitters Inc. cope with a flood of online orders during coronavirus lockdowns as consumers loaded digital shopping carts with hoodies, leggings and loungewear. Now the company is stepping up its use of

America’s Structural Steel Industry Remains a Success Story

Domestic steel mills produced more than 6 million tons of structural steel last year, according to the American Iron and Steel Institute. That structural steel supply chain has remained robust, active, and ready to build tomorrow’s landmark structures

Proximity to Rail Service to Play a Bigger Role in Industrial Site Selection

A growing truck driver shortage, along with improved efficiency of U.S. rail operations, has more shippers considering rail transportation as a viable alternative to long-haul trucking.  As a result, some developers are placing new industrial development

Car-free Streets Could Become Common in Major Cities

San Francisco is the latest city to declare cars off-limits on a major city street, following the lead of New York. The city by the bay will soon close Market Street to cars, giving streetcars, buses, bicycles/electric scooters, and pedestrians free reign.

Specialty Manufacturer Relocates Michigan HQ

Exotic Automation & Supply reports it has relocated its headquarters and ParkerStore from Farmington Hills, MI to newly constructed space in New Hudson, MI. The 135,000-square-foot facility is located at 53500 Grand River Ave. A total of 35,000 square