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.
This is the 22nd edition of Cushman & Wakefield’s survey on Europe’s major business cities. Since 1990 the survey has provided an overview of the perceptions that corporations have about cities across Europe and their relative attractiveness, and how perceptions have changed over that time.
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.
Cushman & Wakefield Research is delighted to present Asia Pacific Marketbriefs – a synopsis of current and future office market conditions in key cities in Asia Pacific. It discusses and compares movements in rents, vacancies and absorption across cities, as well as our 12-month outlook.