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Industrial: The Recession-Proof Asset Class?

Jason Tolliver • 9/10/2020

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The industrial property segment has been among the top performing asset classes in terms of net occupancy growth, rent growth and capital appreciation over the past several years. As COVID-19 spread across the country, real estate markets across the country have been affected in various ways. However, the industrial asset class seems to endure despite the challenges that the COVID-19 recession has brought forth. Much of this is due to the industrial market’s strong position heading into the pandemic.

Use Cushman & Wakefield’s interactive map to find out how the U.S. and Canadian industrial real estate markets were performing at the onset of the current recession compared to previous recessions and read the full report to understand how key industrial markets are expected to weather the storm.  

Authors

Jason Tolliver Indianapolis Industrial Strategic Accounts
Jason Tolliver

Head of Industrial Logistics and Retail, Global Research
Indianapolis, United States


+1 (317) 639-0549

jason.tolliver@cushwake.com

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Carolyn Salzer Rosemont Research
Carolyn Salzer

Sr. Research Manager, Industrial Logistics, Global Research
Rosemont, United States


+1 (847) 518-3212 x343212

carolyn.salzer@cushwake.com

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Linsey Smith Chicago
Linsey Smith

Director, Chicago Research
Chicago, United States


+1 (312) 4248045

Linsey.Smith@cushwake.com

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