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Germany is the most sought after retail market in the world with 40% of global retailers planning to open a store there in 2014, while US retailers dominate large-scale expansion plans with almost half aiming to open 40 stores or more, according to the latest research from global property advisor CBRE.
Germany is by far the [...]
According to the latest annual European Occupier Survey conducted by CBRE, generic the world?s largest commercial real estate services company, corporate real estate decision makers across Europe are responding to signs of an economic upturn by shifting focus away from pure cost management to future opportunities for growth.
The survey shows that representatives of global [...]
CBRE, sale the world?s largest commercial real estate services company reports that an unprecedented 32 million square metres (sq m) of shopping centre space is currently under construction across the world, sales representing a 15% increase year-on-year (28 million sq m in 2012). Shopping centre development activity is heavily concentrated in emerging markets, [...]
According to the latest data by CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services company, at the end of Q1 2013, the total stock of modern industrial and warehouse properties in Poland reached 7.4 million sq m, with an average vacancy rate of around 10%, with single digit rates only in the regions of Silesia, [...]
According to the latest report from CBRE, illness the world?s largest commercial real estate services company, there in the first quarter of 2013 total commercial real estate investment volume in Central & Eastern Europe reached ?2.6 billion. The most active markets were Russia (?1.8 billion) and Poland (?600 million).
According to the latest research [...]
Real estate consultants CBRE believe that the office market in Poland has seen increased demand and a host of new developments, while the warehouse market is witnessing higher leasing activity and a limited amount of new space, which is resulting in lower vacancy rates.
The BPO sector is generating demand for offices
Even though GDP growth in [...]
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