Why Industrial Real Estate?

Over the years, investors have come to understand the critical role that diversification plays in creating a real estate investment portfolio. With recent challenges in the market, a number of investors are considering other investment options, such as industrial real estate. Many investors now regard real estate as the "fourth asset class," in addition to stocks, bonds and cash. Industrial Real Estate in South Florida provides a highly-stable yield with little retrofit and capital improvement exposure in a supplied constrained market.

South Florida Marketplace is particularly attractive because of its location as the Gateway of Latin America for goods and services. With the dredging of the Port of Miami to an increase depth to 52 feet and the expansion of the Panama Canal (PANAMEX), the industrial market is poised for steady growth for years to come. cpf has delivered two million square feet in South Florida and it is poised to hit five million square feet completed by 2015.