Across the country, the coronavirus outbreak has begun to impact real estate decision-making at all levels of the business. As in-person events and gatherings have been restricted and canceled, tremendous questions remain unanswered.
For a few years now, Industrial has been a top asset class -- outperforming many others due to increased e-commerce and restaurant delivery trends across the country. In times of uncertainty, how will the industrial market perform? Join Bisnow next week to find out how the industrial market will weather challenges all across the supply chain, and general market uncertainty.
How will supply chains across the industry be affected and have to adapt?
What is the outlook for debt and investment sales in the short and long term?
What are the biggest challenges for e-commerce supply chain's?
How will the next 6 to 12 months play out?
Which types of industrial will flourish and which will suffer?
Managing Partner, Bluecup Ventures Former Head of Amazon Real Estate
Corporate Real Estate Executive, Dealmaker, Builder, and industry innovator with more than 25 years of broad experience. Over the past 12 years Jeff has guided the formation and evolution of the Corporate Real Estate function for three...
Peter is Chairman and Founder of Wharton Equity Partners, a NYC-based real estate
investment firm founded in 1987. Since inception, Wharton Equity has been defined by its
ability to capitalize on investment trends ahead of other investors and...