Industrial real estate is a new port of call for investors
Prague/Bratislava, 3rd of March 2023
The pandemic, supply chain crisis, and the war in Ukraine are reflected in the economy in terms of unprecedented inflation, rising debt, and interest rates unseen in the last 10 years. Meanwhile, the industrial real estate segment is reflecting this trend in increased construction costs, labor, and rising transportation and production costs.
Nevertheless, demand for new industrial parks, halls, and logistics facilities is still unsatisfied even as both investors and tenants consider their investments and costs more carefully. Current market developments are still opportunities to be seized.
"The development of modern technology and automation will be key. Technologically advanced companies need a background of educated and capable employees, who in our case also draw on the historical traditions of our countries. The Czech Republic and Slovakia are attractive locations, we just need to take advantage of this and create favorable and, above all, stable conditions for companies," explains Robert Ides, co-founder of ARETE, in an interview with TREND.sk.
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