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Knowledge Center Archives
The UK Property Investment Market - December 2011
Industrial tenant demand is relatively stable and the market is largely supply driven, particularly big boxes, with lower prime availability leading to more pre-lets and some rental pressure. For London offices, investment supply is up but prime occupational supply is still tightening. Regional office markets are more mixed and largely still cautious, but investment demand has firmed, notably in the Thames Valley.
The UK Property Investment Market - November 2011
Supply and demand remain out of balance in most sectors for prime space – with demand stable and in excess of availability. From an occupier perspective this is most notable for Central London retail and open consent retail warehousing while in the investment market the gap is also widest for retail warehousing plus
West End offices.
Secondary markets however remain in a very different position and the gap between the two is increasing once more. Demand lags supply in most secondary occupier segments, particularly regional retail and office markets, while in the
investment sector, only in London is secondary demand ahead of supply but that balance too is closing as secondary availability increases.
Business Briefing: Occupier Insight Report
Major downtown office markets
in North America are thriving in the face
of turbulent global economic conditions
thanks to smart urban planning, which has
opened the doors to a younger, educated
and plugged-in population that prefers to
live, work and play close to home. And
business is playing a leading role in the
transformation – moving in to be closer to
workers, competitors and sector clusters,
triggering new office development and
embracing innovative occupancy strategies
that deliver improved cost and productivity
Business Briefing: Occupier Insight Report Fall 2011
In a number of North American cities, downtown revitalization and changing live-work habits have spurred leasing activity, office development and new occupancy strategies.
长沙占地 11,818平方公里, 城区则占地554平方公里，湘江作为长沙最重要的河流自南向西北贯穿整个城区。长沙是一个重要的港口，装卸水稻，棉花，木材，牲畜，也是汉口至广州铁路的集散地。同时，长沙也是碾米、原油开采、茶叶、烟草和肉类加工中心。
The UK Property Investment Market - October 2011
Occupier demand remains more robust in
London although some regional cities are
exceeding expectations. Indeed, while polarised, top tier cities are seeing a falling level of office supply and stable or rising demand in some areas, notably in the Thames Valley. Similarly, the best retail units in larger cities and regional
centres are seeing demand from international retailers and some UK fashion chains. Discount or value retailers are also expanding in a range of regional markets, in and out of town.
Local Knowledge Is Important For Real Estate Investment In Tokyo.
In this report, Tokyo’s real-estate market is examined with particular focus on investment in office properties. Firstly, the current situation of Tokyo’s overall socio-economy will be illustrated. Secondly, issues faced by Tokyo’s office market will be presented. Thirdly, the fundamental situation of Tokyo’s real-estate capital market will be discussed. Finally, the report concludes that investment in Tokyo’s real-estate capital market requires extensive local knowledge so that unique fundamentals of each property are taken into account.
Green Workspace Solutions – More Than A Buzzword?
A growing number of commercial property developers and socially responsible
corporate tenants are turning to Green building technologies and sustainability
initiatives to save energy and to cut down on environmental pollutants. Singapore is no exception.
According to the Economic Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Asian Green City Index,
Singapore is the only city which is ranked ‘Well Above Average’. Hong Kong,
Tokyo and Seoul are ranked ‘Above Average’ whilst most Chinese cities are
ranked ‘Average’, and Indian cities are ranked ‘Below Average’.
In the context of Asia, Singapore is viewed as a pioneer in terms of environmental consciousness by incorporating green planning in mega-building structures.
The UK Property Investment Market - September 2011
Core London markets appear to have
shrugged aside the riots seen earlier in the
summer and remain as strong as ever,
particularly in the West End. While regional
markets are more cautious, one or two are
seeing more hopeful signs, such as areas of the Thames Valley and the South East office market. Higher industrial yields are attracting buyers into that market in some areas meanwhile, but for retail outside London, sentiment has grown more cautious.
Changsha City Report
Changsha is the capital city of Hunan, a province of south-central China located on the lower reaches of the Xiangjiang River, a branch of the famous Yangtze River. The city has a population of 7.04 million, of which 3.1 million live in urban areas. With over 1,700 years of significant history, it is now a major port as well as a commercial and industrial center in South-Central China