As e-commerce booms, a growing segment of the industrial and retail sectors, ‘dark spaces’, are providing benefits for investors by way of significant investment uplifts for certain assets.
The long post-financial crisis recovery in the U.S. has also been one of the weakest since World War II, but recently there have been signs of a pick-up.
Economist and Chief Strategist with JLL Ports, Airports and Global Infrastructure, Walter Kemmsies, discusses how natural disasters will impact investment priority discussions.
The administration’s initiative aims to deliver a world-class infrastructure to help improve the country’s competitiveness.
More than AU$70 billion in projects are either already under construction across the country or awaiting planning approval.
It’s no secret the sector is outperforming many of its peers, drawing the interest of both domestic and foreign investors and closing the first half of the year with US$24 billion in sales.
Logistics warehouse space in mainland China is projected to reach a record high in 2018.
Logistics has tpped investors’ lists as the most appealing commercial property type across the Asia-Pacific region, according to the latest Urban Land Institute/PwC report.
As the tit-for-tat trade dispute between the United States and China escalates, investors are looking to warehouses for the first signs of a direct impact on CRE.