All posts tagged 'warehouse space demand'

Industrial ‘Cool Down’: Cooler? Maybe. Cold? Not At All.

Posted on December 6th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

Indicators have led many industry stakeholders and analysts to predict an oncoming “cool down” for industrial real estate. Yet, despite months of concerns about a sudden cooling of the industrial market, such predictions still haven’t become much of a reality. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Warehouse Demand Undeterred By Economic Turbulence In Third Quarter

Posted on November 15th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

A recent report finds that e-commerce growth, rising inventories, and express delivery are driving a relentless appetite for industrial real estate. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Cold Storage And E-Commerce, But Not Amazon, Sustaining South Florida’s Industrial Boom

Posted on November 8th, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

The e-commerce giant's recent pullback hasn't had a negative impact on the South Florida warehouse market. Although Amazon was making 90% of the e-commerce growth the last few years, 85% of all the e-commerce deals are now other groups playing catch-up. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Demand For South Florida Industrial Space Outpaces Dampening Effects Of Rising Interest Rates

Posted on August 2nd, 2022 · Posted in Industrial / Flex, Investments, Retail

Demand for industrial space in South Florida is presently outpacing supply which is resulting in significant growth in rental rates and record-low vacancies. Rising interest rates will eventually make it harder for builders to construct new industrial buildings but that's not likely to occur until the spring or summer of next year. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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