Surge in activity in industrial and logistics property
Pension funds are focusing on the sector
Last year saw the highest volume of space transacted in over 10 years in Dublin’s industrial and logistics property market. In excess of 4 million square feet of vacant space has been sold or leased. Net absorption of space has now been positive in Q2, Q3 and Q4 2015. The recovery in this sub-sector of the wider commercial property market is now well underway with further growth in capital and rental values envisaged in the...
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