Industrial and Logistics Occupiers: Considerations in these challenging times
TENANTS/OCCUPIERS: The uncertainty extends into all segments of the real estate market, including the industrial arena. Industrial/warehouse space remains in very short supply. Overall demand for space appears softer since Q4 2019, but even the slightly weaker demand is far greater than the supply of lease or purchase solutions. How can a company find space? Looking at signs and searching Loopnet won’t get you on a proactive path to a solution.
What is the process? What is the “right” lease or sale price? I can arrange a confidential, no-obligations meeting to learn about your specific situation, then design a plan to get you the best possible results.
OWNERS: How can Owners be certain their properties – for sale or lease – receive the best possible market exposure? How has limited supply impacted lease rates and sale prices? How does the Southern Ontario market find solutions in Western New York?
I am prepared to listen to your situation then design a specific marketing plan for your building that reaches the relevant markets and provides you with transparent accountability for the process.
David graduated from Cornell University. He joined Pyramid Brokerage Company in 1998 after military service, irrigation system design & sales, and 10 years of facilities-related sales.
David’s practice includes: 1.) tenant buyer advocacy services in the office and industrial market segments, and 2.) marketing campaigns for sale or lease of office and industrial.
Some of David’s notable clients include: Winthrop Realty Trust, Professors Capital, Moore, N.A., National Gypsum, Columbus McKinnon, Saint Gobain, First Investors Corp., Patriot Equities, CW Capital, and PHH Mortgage.