The industrial property sector is currently undergoing significant changes due to various factors such as technological advancements, changing consumer behaviors, and the global economic climate. These changes are expected to shape the future of industrial property, presenting both challenges and opportunities for real estate stakeholders.
Although e-commerce-fueled bulk logistics space is the darling of the current cycle, manufacturing stimulates industrial space demand for both factories and warehouses. Investors seeking higher cap rates are finding them in industrial spaces serving manufacturing. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
It might not seem like a very attractive time to own real estate in the warehousing, distribution or manufacturing business. Not only have the last two years turned real estate, across the board, into an incredibly uncertain investment, but the Federal Reserve is also in the middle of a series of interest rate hikes that
Miami-Dade County is among the Top 15 U.S. markets that have lagged behind in building new industrial space to meet demand, according to a recently released report from Newmark Group. “Pandemic-related labor disruptions” and “community pushback” against industrial development are to blame for the nationwide slowdown in new construction for logistics companies, according to the