From shifting demographics and population migration to emerging infrastructure and industries, examine the forces transforming cities and uncover new opportunities in the world’s economic centers.
Global E-commerce Outlook 2022 Update
E-commerce is driving robust industrial & logistics property demand. CBRE Global Research has conducted an analysis of e-commerce’s future growth and its impact on 48 global industrial & logistics markets.
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Tech Insights: Apartment Rents in U.S. Tech Cities Surpass Pre-Pandemic Highs as Return-to-Office Regains Momentum
October 7, 2022
Apartment Rents in U.S. Tech Cities Surpass Pre-Pandemic Highs as Return-to-Office Regains Momentum Apartment rents have become highly correlated with remote work and return-to-office trends.
- Report | Future Cities
October 12, 2022
Discover the U.S. markets where population growth has accelerated over the past five years compared with the preceding five-year period. Some cities on the list may surprise you.
- Brief | Future Cities
October 5, 2022
Companies are locating distribution operations closer to air cargo ports as they contend with a raft of challenges, particularly higher transportation costs.
The Port of Charleston is an economic engine driving both the logistics supply chain and modern manufacturing facility growth in the Southeast region.
August 18, 2022 5 Minute Read
Monterrey’s proximity to the U.S. border, highly skilled labor force, excellent infrastructure and robust supplier base make it an advantageous location for manufacturers and distributors.
June 28, 2022 5 Minute Read
Significant occupier demand, historically low vacancy and strong population growth have led to record speculative industrial development in the Boise metropolitan area.
April 12, 2022 5 Minute Read
With the need to serve a growing population, the Florida Panhandle is experiencing increased demand for warehouse and distribution space by existing businesses undergoing rapid expansion and by new businesses locating to the region.
July 21, 2022 5 Minute Read
The Edmonton metropolitan region is perhaps the most affordable and accessible distribution and manufacturing market in Canada. Edmonton’s strong industrial real estate fundamentals and connection to the deep-water Port of Prince Rupert are primary attractions for both investors and occupiers.
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