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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