Q1 industrial real estate activity sees continuation of strong market conditions, reports JLL

Data issued today by Chicago-based industrial real estate firm JLL highlighted very strong fundamentals for the U.S.-based industrial real estate market, for the first quarter. In its “U.S. Industrial Outlook: Q1 2022,” JLL observed various takeaways reflecting how competitive market conditions continue to give landlords what JLL Senior Director Mehtab Randhawa called the edge in… Continue reading Q1 industrial real estate activity sees continuation of strong market conditions, reports JLL

Industrial real estate market conditions remain tight, with space in short supply, reports CBRE

The ongoing theme of demand exceeding supply, within the industrial real estate market, remains fully intact, according to data issued this week by Los Angeles-based industrial real estate developer CBRE. CBRE explained that following a record year, in the U.S. industrial real estate market in 2021, market conditions carried over into the first quarter, with… Continue reading Industrial real estate market conditions remain tight, with space in short supply, reports CBRE

Industrial rents increase in cities

According to CBRE, rent for industrial and logistics properties in five major Australian cities rose by an average of 6.6 per cent year-on-year through a record first quarter of 2022. CBRE says rental prices are increasing in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide, and predicts they willl grow by 11 per cent this year. This… Continue reading Industrial rents increase in cities

The future of the Industrial and Logistics Sector

Fab Dalfonso, National Director of Sydney South West Industrial, Catherine Allotta, Associate Director of Colliers Valuation and Advisory Services, and David Hall, National Director of Colliers Sydney West Industrial. Off the back of a strong year in 2021, Colliers Industrial property experts share their thoughts with MHD on the future of industrial property in 2022… Continue reading The future of the Industrial and Logistics Sector

Rise of the Industrial Data Scientist

While the industrial sector is undergoing a transformation driven by AI and the Internet of Things (IoT), simultaneously the workforce is shifting as traditional domain experts are replaced with tech savvy workers who bring a new level of operational expertise. Enter the industrial data scientist, a new breed of data analyst with access to more… Continue reading Rise of the Industrial Data Scientist

Industrial revolution continues in WA: JLL

According to JLL, investors from the industrial and logistics industry are buying a high-volume of commercial properties in Western Australia following a record number of purchases throughout 2021. The brokerage giant says the WA commercial property market will continue to grow and expects investors to buy more in 2022 than last year, which it described… Continue reading Industrial revolution continues in WA: JLL

Investors eyeing Perth’s industrial market

According to a Colliers’ report, investors are eyeing Perth’s industrial and logistics market as yield compression is at its largest level since 2007 while properties are still reasonably priced. Companies are responsible for the growing capital, which is causing rapid changes in the sector. Private investors are looking to sell as the Perth market grows… Continue reading Investors eyeing Perth’s industrial market

Last chance to feature in MHD April – Industrial Property issue

The industrial property market is hot and looks set to remain so in 2022 as businesses continue to adapt to today’s challenges and opportunities. In the April edition of MHD Supply Chain Solutions we want to hear from leaders and innovators in the industrial property sector about their expertise, ideas, and upcoming projects. Don’t miss… Continue reading Last chance to feature in MHD April – Industrial Property issue

Waterfront industrial action to cause delays: CTAA

Container Transport Alliance Australia (CTAA) says Svitzer Australia’s tug masters will strike at waterfronts in Port Botany, Brisbane and Fremantle between February and March. The Australian Maritime Officers Union represents Svitzer’s employees. CTAA says the industrial action will cause delays to vessel arrivals across the three affected ports. While there are yet to be strikes… Continue reading Waterfront industrial action to cause delays: CTAA

South-West Sydney industrial sites in demand

South-west Sydney’s industrial sites are in high demand with the property market booming and a new industrial property listing due to provide much-needed land to buyers. Angus Urquhart, Adrian Balderston and Hamish Miles from Colliers have the listing. The property will be at auction on Wednesday March 23 at 10:30am. “We have never seen the… Continue reading South-West Sydney industrial sites in demand