The CBRE 2020 Real Estate Market Outlook Report examines the current state of U.S. commercial real estate, outlining the many possible challenges and opportunities the industry could face throughout 2020.
Some industries that drove demand in South Florida’s warehouse market — such as flowers — are shrinking due to the coronavirus pandemic. But one is growing: Pharma. While commercial travel is now restricted, cargo airlines are expanding flights to meet increasing demand for pharmaceutical products leaving Europe. Some shipments that would normally travel in the belly
The coronavirus pandemic has shaken and rearranged trade and supply chains in Miami-Dade County, home to PortMiami and Miami International Airport, global hubs for international trade. It has also pushed the country into an economic downturn, causing a collapse in demand for many products. But this enormous trade system — which includes importers, exporters, logistics
Neither ongoing international trade disputes, nor the warning signs of a potential recession, nor the uncertainty that’s emanating from a particularly fraught U.S. presidential election year are enough to dim the enthusiasm for the industrial real estate sector, according to the findings in NREI’s sixth annual study.
Those perishable pharmaceuticals, fresh holiday flowers and frozen Thanksgiving turkeys are getting some new places to roost. In the next few years, more than 400,000 square feet of cold storage is coming to South Florida. That’s still far less than the 1.5 million total square-footage of industrial warehouse space in the pipeline, according to the