April 26, 2021 12:00 PM
Newmark is pleased to announce Lisa DeNight has been promoted to Director, National Industrial Research, a newly created position, with direction from Executive Vice President, Head of Industrial and Logistics Services, Phil Brodkin, and in coordination with National Research, led by Co-heads Senior Managing Directors Jonathan Mazur and Alexander (“Sandy”) Paul.
“It is a tremendous value that Newmark continues to elevate the industrial platform, growing our infrastructure, data and thought leadership,” stated Brodkin. “As next-generation industrial and logistics market trends transform and accelerate, our priority is to continue to underpin our services with thought-provoking, market-leading insights.”
The advancement of new technologies, evolving demographics and shifting supply chain strategies continue to drive rapid change in the sector, throughout which the built industrial environment remains of central importance. Lisa will research and analyze national industrial trends and commercial market implications, focusing on timely thought leadership and elevating data integrity. Lisa rejoined Newmark in 2019 as the research manager for the Greater Philadelphia region and brings with her 11 years of experience.
“Lisa’s analytical approach will produce research-driven insights for Newmark’s Industrial platform,” said Mazur. “As the industry continues to rapidly evolve, especially in regards to e-commerce expansion, clients need reliable data to navigate the industrial market landscape.”
In 2020, amid growing demand for industrial space, construction deliveries totaled a record 329.5 million square feet, average asking rents reached new heights, and industrial investment volume surpassed office volume for the first time in the historical record. A long-term view of the sector transcends the current health crisis, revealing structural changes that have brought global consumption and real estate closer together more than ever before, which is expected to impact future industrial growth profoundly.
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