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PPE, Ventilators Need Warehouse Space Too

Experts are bullish on the industrial sector.

That is the message from the Los Angeles-based CBRE Group’s Weekly Take podcast.

Host Spencer Levy discussed several aspects of the industrial sector with experts Ibrahiim Bayaan, an industrial economist and Mindy LIssner, a CBRE executive vice president and veteran in the industrial space arena.

Both individuals said the sector was doing extremely well, despite the current health pandemic which has had a negative effect on other sectors.

“Industrial is phenomenal,” said Lissner, whose expertise covers such industries as carmakers to retailers to industrial ice manufacturers. “It’s the busiest I’ve seen in a very long time.”

Those sentiments were echoed by Bayaan, a leader in the CBRE Econometric Advisors Group, who said on Friday’s podcast: “I think industrial is doing very well, especially when you consider the overall macro economic backdrop where it seems like everything else is sort of falling off the

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Would You Rent a Stranger’s Pool? What To Know About the Company Making a Splash During the Pandemic


Remember when renting a stranger’s home seemed sketchy? Today, though, we’re all about that Airbnb lifestyle, and way more aspects of the peer-to-peer sharing economy. (Rover, and Uber, and TaskRabbit, oh my!)

But what about sharing someone’s pool? Enter: Swimply, an online platform launched in 2018 that connects owners of private pools with people looking for a place to swim.


Maybe you’re skeptical that folks will want to jump into strangers’ pools. But the fledgling company got a big boost from the pandemic, a time when staycations have become the norm. In fact, business is booming: According to Swimply, pool rentals have gone up a whopping 3,500% during the COVID-19 crisis.

Breerly Khan of Austin, TX, is one of

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