All posts in 'Industrial / Flex'

Investors Eye Industrial Assets In Port Cities As Market Fluctuates

Posted on June 28th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Land, Retail

Industrial assets in port markets are trading for a premium. Despite the fact that port markets are more expensive, they still present themselves as a better long-term play for investors. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Industrial Tenants Face Sticker Shock Amid Spiraling Inflation

Posted on June 21st, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex

Rent growth for industrial properties is expected to increase nearly 23% year over year in 2022. So what’s an industrial occupier to do? Data shows that in two-thirds of major industrial markets Cushman & Wakefield cover, tenants are renegotiating leases earlier than they historically otherwise would have. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Amazon’s Property Spree May Backfire As Recession Fears Rise

Posted on June 14th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Land, Retail

How will Amazon adapt from a boom-era strategy to the current economic conditions? Online sales growth is slowing, interest rates are rising, and some analysts expect a recession in the coming months. The company has already reduced the number of new multistorey warehouses it planned to build in the coming years to about 10 from as many as 40. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Amazon Slowdown Sends Shivers Through Red-Hot Warehouse Sector

Posted on June 7th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

The e-commerce company went on an expansion tear during the pandemic to make sure it could keep up with the sharp rise in demand from homebound consumers. These growth trends are slowing in some markets, in part because Amazon is now subleasing warehouse space after reporting in April its slowest growth in about two decades.. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Amazon To Sublease Warehouses As Online Shopping Slows

Posted on May 24th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

As the worst of the pandemic eased, Amazon found itself with too much warehouse space. Subleasing will allow the company to relieve the financial obligations associated with an existing building that no longer meets its needs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE