Although the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021 brought on new challenges for the industrial market—with port congestion, materials shortages, and commodity pricing skyrocketing—the market has and will continue to excel.
Cushman & Wakefield’s “What’s Next for Industrial Investors” report examines U.S. and North American industrial markets—summarizing 2021’s robust results despite COVID-19 challenges, ups and downs in Q1 2022, as well as looking forward to continued growth into 2023. Included is information on e-commerce, logistics, access to port cities and rail, energy costs, Amazon and FedEx, and rent growth, as well as results from an annual investor survey on the decision-making process in selecting overall capitalization rates and identifying key core markets.
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Of the 81 industrial markets we track, we selected Salt Lake City, UT and four other markets as emerging industrial real estate markets outside of primary markets—these five markets to watch are based on key metrics from 2019 through 2021, including net absorption, new tenant demand, rent growth, construction pipeline and deliveries.Rebecca Lloyd • 7/11/2022
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