Canadian Industrial Real Estate Report: Q4 2018
Stuart Barron • 2/26/2019
Canadian industrial real estate markets are undergoing transformational change in response to the rise in e-commerce, driving unprecedented growth across key gateway markets. The result is historically low availability rates and rising rental rate pressure.
Vancouver and Montreal are also feeling the heat, with strong demand against a limited supply response. Space shortages and upward rental rate pressure are challenging tenants as they approach their lease expiry within what has become the strongest landlord market in history. This change is driving unprecedented growth across gateway markets such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal and has driven availability rates to record lows and rental rate pressure to historic highs.
Research • Hospitality
Cushman & Wakefield’s Valuation & Advisory Hospitality & Gaming Practice Group provides consulting and valuation services for new and existing hotel properties across the globe. We are pleased to share our latest Canadian Lodging Industry Overview for 2019 and beyond.Brian Flood • 1/20/2020
Research • Investment
With the Bank of Canada’s overnight lending rate up 75 basis points since last summer, rising to 1.25%, and further bumps expected through 2018, subtle changes are occurring in specific markets and asset classes. These glimpses offer the first evidence that cap rate compression may be reaching a tipping point as we head into the ninth year of a record-long growth cycle.Stuart Barron • 5/14/2018