An upended market is often a harbinger of a flight to quality. The real estate market has certainly been upended and investors are showing signs of flight. The demand for quality is strong across real estate asset classes. Take logistics and offices: each experienced the pandemic differently, but investors in both are willing to pay a significant premium for the top stock. As part of the post-pandemic rebound, the market will need to ensure a continued supply of premium product and devise strategies for secondary and tertiary space. However, the rebound is not without challenges – for example could strained supply chains and a brewing real estate crisis in China suffocate the flickering flame of recovery?