Nov 28 2017Add to Favorites
Carolyn Cummins, The Sydney Morning Herald
Vertical industrial properties are now in high demand across metropolitan Sydney to cater for the increase use of e-commerce and fulfilment of "last-mile delivery" promises.
Urbanisation has led to limited supply of large warehouse space, leading developers to innovate and go vertical. These types of sites will become prevalent in dense areas such as south Sydney and parts of the north shore.
SOURCE: The Sydney Morning Herald
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