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Spotlight - What Workers Want - The property implications - October 2014
15 October 2014

Recessionary pressures brought about significantimpetus for worksplace strategy in the corporate agendaand staff preferences are increasingly weighting in theirfinal decision.

 

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Briefing Note: Investment France – Stunning performance

Briefing Note: Investment France – Stunning performance

29 August 2018

With more than €12,500 million invested in commercial real estate in H1 2018, the French investment market was up 27% – in contrast to a much more sluggish general European backdrop. Ile-de-France is the main driver: the capital and its surrounding area account for 73% of the French market (almost €9,200 million) – investment volumes in Ile-de-France were up 61%.

 
 
 
Briefing Note: Lettings market maintains momentum

Briefing Note: Lettings market maintains momentum

29 August 2018

Take-up in Ile-de-France reached 1,332,690 sq m in H1 2018, (up +15% y-o-y) – the highest figure for a decade. In contrast, immediate supply in Ile-de-France fell by -12% y-o-y, and is estimated to have ended Q2 2018 at 3,055,000 sq m. This downward trend in immediate supply is now apparent across all Ile-de-France markets.

 
 
 
Briefing Note: Flying Start to the Year for the Lettings Market

Briefing Note: Flying Start to the Year for the Lettings Market

25 June 2018

Promising start to 2018

 
 
 
Briefing Note: Investment - France remains an attractive proposition

Briefing Note: Investment - France remains an attractive proposition

25 June 2018

« The French market is back on everyone’s radar, with foreign investment already showing growth potential » Boris Cappelle, Head of Investment

 
 
 
Briefing Note: The Transformation of Retail Outlets

Briefing Note: The Transformation of Retail Outlets

25 June 2018

E-commerce and new consumer expectations are driving the transformation of retail stores.

 
 
 
Spotlight: Côte d’Azur – 2018

Spotlight: Côte d’Azur – 2018

11 April 2018

The Côte d’Azur market is now adjusting to buyer demand, and it will continue to remain a desirable destination

 
 
 
Shopping centres and retail: Let

Shopping centres and retail: Let's buy happiness!

23 November 2017

New technologies have spurred significant changes in consumer spending habits over the last ten years. Faced with the rise of online sales, traditional retailers now have no other option than to rethink their strategies.  

 
 
 
Briefing note: Paris office market growing "Tech"

Briefing note: Paris office market growing "Tech"

14 March 2017

Tech office demand surging

 
 
 
The Occupier’s Perspective: Paris

The Occupier’s Perspective: Paris

08 March 2017

Occupiers pick “prestige” over periphery

 
 
 
2016 - a vintage year

2016 - a vintage year

07 February 2017

Following on from 2015, the office market in Ile-de-France proved particularly upbeat in 2016. Take-up registered q-o-q increases throughout the year to reach 2.4 million sq m; up 7% y-o-y. Spiking 23%, the impressive performance of office space exceeding 5,000 sq m has put the market on course for growth. Dwindling supply                          Down for seven consecutive quarters, immediate supply in Ile-de-France reached 3.53 million sq m by the end of 2016 (down 10% y-o-y). In addition, the vacancy rate fell to 6.7%, a level not seen since 2009. Muted rise in rental values At the end of 2016, rental levels remained relatively stable. In Ile-de-France, the average rent for secondary space was €323 per sq m/year, whilst the average rent in the primary market was €37

 
 
 

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