The 16th Annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report: Commercial Edition – Part 3

December 17, 2021

Today, we conclude our recap of the 5 CRE Trends That Will Drive Market Activity in 2022. Up first: Trend #4: So Much Cash, So Little Time, in which Taylor Johnson clients CRG and Wingspan Development Group discuss the flow of capital into the white-hot industrial and multifamily sectors – including funds designed to create investment opportunities for previously underrepresented groups – while client Draper and Kramer, Incorporated, says to watch for renewed interest in retail and hospitality assets that have weathered the pandemic. In Trend #5: A Shot in the Arm for Healthcare, Life Sciences, clients Alliance Consolidated Group of CompaniesHSA PrimeCare and NAI Hiffman deliver a healthy prognosis for healthcare real estate, while LendleaseMark Goodman & Associates and the West Central Association explain why life sciences will be a preferred asset class among institutional investors in 2022 and beyond.

Thanks for following along with our summary of the 16th annual Taylor Johnson Real Estate Trends Report. Our commercialmultifamily and residential editions can be viewed in their entirety online, with downloadable (and shareable) PDFs for each trend discussion.

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


CRG (top left) and Wingspan Development Group (lower left) are among the firms that have raised funds to invest in the industrial and multifamily sectors. Healthcare and life sciences real estate is also in high demand, with the latter giving rise to projects like 400 N. Elizabeth St. (right), which Mark Goodman & Associates is developing in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood.


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