1. Warehousing- The warehousing and logistics sector is very strong right now, largely due to the increase in e-commerce and the high demand for warehousing and delivery services.
The rise of e-commerce is not slowing and it’s difficult to foresee a drop in demand for warehouses, especially those that are all positioned within urban areas.
2. Shopping centres- shopping centres and other retail buildings have traditionally held some of the strongest commercial property yields.
Like many other industries that rely on footfall and brick-and-mortar customers, the retail sector was damaged during the corona virus pandemic. Nevertheless, market sentiment for the future is quite high as customers relish the retail experience that intends to reinvigorate the high street.
3. Flex- The post-corona virus era has created new space for innovation in the commercial market. Namely, Flex. Working spaces and collaborative working environments have really surged in popularity. Kingh Frank continually named flex as some of the most exciting commercial property investments going forward with numerous opportunities.
4. Leisure- The corona virus knocked the tourism industry back and hotels bore the brunt of the impact. Analysts are hopeful for the future prospect of hotels and other recreational properties industry, and they are set to remain a target for investors.