Supply change, how logistic is racing to meet demand
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Same drivers, different speeds: Commentary on Logistics from Rosemary Feenan, EVP, Global Research

Our increasingly digital world is one of the many drivers behind the growth curve of logistics real estate demand over the past five years. Global demand requires nearly 1.5 billion square feet of space by 2025 and this sector remains one of QuadReal’s strong areas of conviction. To date, QuadReal’s industrial portfolio of nearly $10 billion consists of close to 400 properties across 16 countries. 

Rosemary Feenan, Executive Vice President, Global Research details the different characteristics and opportunities in the logistics market around the world in PERE’s 2022 Logistics report. Joining Rosemary in commentary are Peter Kim, Managing Director, Asia; Jay Kwan, Managing Director, Europe; Rob Lauer, Managing Director, U.S. Industrial; and Jamie Weber, Manage Director, Americas. Together, they cover the forces shaping the next generation of the sector and what “future readiness” looks like.  

At QuadReal, we maintain a disciplined approach by leveraging the collective experience and expertise of our teams, our research and trusted partners. Through cross-functional collaboration, we are able to target the best markets, cities, locations and assets to grow our portfolio in a way that meets the global market’s demands—now and in the future. 

“Mapping a market’s position on an evolution curve, as defined by style of facility and the pace of change across key markets, gives a sound basis for creating a forward view of opportunity” Rosemary Feenan, Executive Vice President, Global Research 

To learn more about QuadReal’s industrial portfolio and leasing opportunities, browse our industrial properties. 

Read Rosemary Feenan’s commentary in PERE’S 2022 Logistics Report

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