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How to add value in logistics from change of use

Warehousing developers are adding value by seeking new uses for industrial sites in growing and maturing cities.

Allianz on why logistics is now a mainstream asset class

The global logistics sector has become a highly attractive investment class in the past decade, and momentum in the market shows no sign of waning, says Allianz Real Estate’s CIO Olivier Téran

Logistics’ blockbuster year

Investors look set to flock into the industrial real estate show again in 2019. For many, the snag is how to get hold of a ticket.

HFF on where to find value in US industrial in 2019

HFF's managing director Trent Agnew takes a look back at the performance of the US industrial market and considers where outperformance can be found in the year ahead.

Brexit and the logistics market

As the prospect of a disorderly Brexit grows, logistics investors are evaluating the potential costs and benefits of the UK’s impending divorce from the European Union.

The logistics number games

The largest deals closed or still being finalized in 2018 all involved the sale of large portfolios or companies, observes Jim Costello, senior vice president of Real Capital Analytics

GLP on why staying on top of trends is key to growth in logistics

GLP’s CIO Alan Yang explains how building specialist domain expertise across global M&A, technology, rezoning and development of new assets has allowed the firm to increase its AUM almost sixfold since 2014 to over $60bn.

Pi Labs on how dynamic use of space is key to logistics

As e-commerce continues to grow, bold and flexible use of logistics property should become a major area of focus for investors, says Dominic Wilson, managing general partner of Pi Labs

Clarion Partners on why US industrial still delivering the goods

Robust demand from e-commerce and low vacancy should continue to underpin strong returns in the US logistics market, say Clarion Partners’ David Confer and Tim Wang.

Logistics Capital Partners on building for the next generation

Development is the best strategy to build a portfolio suited to the needs of tomorrow's warehouse occupiers, argue LCP's James Markby and Kristof Verstraeten.

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