Speculative Cold Building Development: Trends and Strategies
January 18, 2021
Principal Cameron Trefry authors NAIOP Development Magazine’s Cover Story
This sector of industrial was booming even before the pandemic, and future demand is expected to soar even higher. In the age of one-hour package shipments, the infrastructure needed to serve a growing on-demand culture is scrambling to keep up. This has taken on even greater significance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced millions to stay home for months.
According to Coresight Research’s U.S. Online Grocery Survey 2020, online grocery sales are expected to increase by about 40% this year due to the pandemic. That’s after a 22% increase in 2019.
The strong growth in e-commerce is a main reason that the industrial real estate sector is a bright spot in the U.S. economy, as developers and tenants continue to construct millions of square feet of warehouses and logistics centers.
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