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    The COVID-19 Crisis: Why Industrial (Warehouse) Is Likely To Fare Better

    July 2020

    Victor Calanog from the Analytics team discusses how the US industrial property market (particularly warehouse distribution facilities and data centers) is set to further benefit post COVID-19.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced analysts to continually revise their estimates for economic activity as the public health crisis has evolved. In the face of this kind of uncertainty, how should we think about how the #industrial property sector will be affected?
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