Study says Chinese investors increased spending on U.S. industrial real estate by 540 percent

TRD New York /
Jun.June 30, 2017 06:30 PM

In the wake of the e-commerce boom, Chinese investors are taking notice of the noise currently surrounding industrial real estate, according to a new report by on industrial capital markets by Avison Young. A massive $284.9M investment in industrial real estate was attributed to Chinese buyers in in Q1 2017, up from $5.2M for the same period the previous year. It’s a jump of 540 percent over a 12 month period. [Bisnow]

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