Walker & Dunlop's New York City Capital Markets Advisors released a report on the state of the industrial market and how it has fared during the global pandemic.
“Despite considerable market volatility, both past and present, we’ve continuously seen positive performance within the industrial asset class. We project that the need for industrial space has been solidified for the foreseeable future,” commented Mo Beler, Senior Managing Director at Walker & Dunlop
The report discusses the way that the exponential growth of e-commerce as a result of the pandemic has solidified the need for industrial space, but also how the industry has been gaining momentum since the early 2000s. The team's notable transactions, current deals, and the full extent of their capabilities are also highlighted.
Additional topics within the report include:
- The growing need for last mile and third-party logistics space
- Urban infill emergence in supply-constrained markets
- New construction and the pandemic’s effect on construction lending
- The case for investing in industrial
Read the Industrial Market Outlook here.