The 16th Annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report: Commercial Edition – Part 2

December 16, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, CRE has been a market of haves and have-nots. While hotels have found it difficult to fill rooms, industrial owners and occupiers have struggled to find room amid record-low vacancy rates. Today, we’re shining a spotlight on the challenges and opportunities facing each sector as we continue our overview of the 5 CRE Trends That Will Drive Market Activity in 2022Trend #2: Checking In on New Hotel Concepts features insights from Taylor Johnson clients BKV Group and McHugh Construction, who discuss how an industry known for reinvention is experimenting with new concepts to lure back business and leisure travelers. In Trend #3: No “Shore” Solution to Supply Chain Disruption, clients CRGHSA Commercial Real Estate and NAI Hiffman weigh in on how supply chains are shifting as companies across industries look to reduce transportation costs and move manufacturing and warehousing closer to end users.

Looking for more trends? Be sure to check out the multifamily and residential editions of the 16th annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report.

Read The Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report: Commercial Edition here.


Some new hotels like the BKV Group-designed 525 S. Wabash (left) are being incorporated into larger mixed-use developments that offer additional amenities for guests. Meanwhile, to avoid turning their own “no vacancy” light on, industrial developers like HSA Commercial are targeting “near-fill” sites close to major population centers but with easy access to highways and airports. Pictured on the right is the firm’s Bristol Highlands Commerce Center in southeast Wisconsin, where the firm recently executed a 157,656-square-foot, full-building lease with HARIBO of America, Inc.


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