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Edmonton Industrial Market Report Q1 2021

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Despite the ongoing cyclical pandemic pattern of rising infection rates leading to lock downs and restrictions, followed by reduced infection rates allowing an easing of the restrictions, and then a return to the rising rates, there seems to be a belief that improved times are in the near future.

  • During Q1 2021 the greater Edmonton industrial real estate market experienced positive absorption of over 1 million square feet and vacancy rates dropped 60 basis points (bps) to 7.0% over the quarter, the lowest since Q1 2019. 
  • Leasing activity throughout the quarter was strong, primarily on the back of the rapidly growing need for distribution space.
  • Along with the increase in leasing activity and investor interest this quarter, there is significant construction activity. Multiple speculative projects are underway.

Edmonton Industrial Market Report Q1 2021

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Roelof van Dijk

Senior Director, National Research & Analytics | Canada

Toronto Downtown

As Senior Director, Research & Analytics | Canada, Roelof leads the strategy and operation of Colliers Canada Research, delivering market intelligence initiatives that give Colliers and its clients a competitive advantage. He focuses on developing a high-performance national research team that leverages Colliers’ best-in-class market intelligence to produce relevant insights on local and national market and industry trends that inform client decisions, address market needs and support Colliers’ growth strategies.

Roelof has 15 years of experience covering the Canadian commercial real estate market. Prior to his career in commercial real estate, he also worked as a project manager and urban planning consultant for residential developers across the Greater Toronto Area.

Roelof is regularly cited in national publications, such as The Globe & Mail, CBC News, Bloomberg, Reuters, Maclean’s Magazine and the National Post, as well as in local outlets across Canada.

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