Welcome to Part III of our ‘Spotlight on South Sydney’ Series. In March 2017, Colliers International released a report – Shining the Spotlight on Sydney’s Land Supply - forecasting the number of years of land supply left in the wider Sydney industrial market.
This paper takes a closer look at Sydney’s South sub-market. In particular, we focus on the changing nature of industrial use in the Inner South corridor, encompassing the areas between the Sydney CBD and the Airport.
Part I of our series examined the notion of the ‘last half-hour’ of delivery and therefore the growing need to accommodate industrial users close to their end consumer. Part II of our series examined the rising demand for residential accommodation within this corridor. This final part of our series will highlight the development of medium to high-density industrial buildings - where this is currently prominent in overseas cities such as Hong Kong and Singapore - as becoming ever more a possibility to maximise floorspace ratios and market values.
Part 1 - The Last 'Half Hour' Delivery - View here
PART 2 - the rise of residential - view here