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David Bourla

Partner - Chief Econonomist and Head of Research

Knight Frank France

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Sarah Aghion

Consultante - Retail Leasing France

Renaud Boëssé

Partner, Occupier Services, Commercial Agency

Vincent Bollaert

Chief Executive Officer France

Emmanuel Bourva

Partner - Occupier Services and Commercial Agency"

Priscilla Charrey

Partner, Occupier Services & Commercial Agency

Vianney D'Ersu

Directeur adjoint du département Retail - Locatif

Charles-Antoine Daudruy

Consultant senior investissement bureaux, Capital Markets

Céline Désurmont

Associate - Consultante Senior

Matthieu Garreaud

Partner - Co-Head of Capital Markets - Head of Office Investment

Faustine Godbert

Associate - Retail Leasing France

Jessica Golby

Assistante de direction

Antoine Grignon

Partner - Co-Head of Capital Markets - Head of Retail Services

Marie Guyot

Consultante Associate - Occupier Services and Commercial Agency

Inès Jouyet

Senior consultant - Capital Markets Retail

Ludivine Leroy

Partner - Directrice marketing et communication

Grégoire Naturel

Partner, Occupier Services, Commercial Agency

Adrien Portoleau

Head of Knight Frank Design & Delivery

Guillaume Raquillet

Directeur de l'agence bureaux

François Rufenacht

Cogérant - Chief Operating Officer

Antoine Salmon

Partner - Head of Retail Leasing France

Luca Spada

Chef de Projet

Retail

France : Retail Market Snapshot - Q1 2016

In France, the negative effects of November’s deadly terrorist attacks on consumption growth seems to have faded. Household consumption is expected to show a (...)

Logistics

France : Industrial Market Snapshot - Q1 2016

French exports rebounded in Q4 2015 after stalling in the summer. Over the year as a whole, they increased by 6.1%, almost twice the (...)

Office

France : Office Market Snapshot - Q1 2016

The more robust performance of the French economy and associated slow recovery of the labour market is helping to support a more active office (...)

Retail

Retail Market Snapshot - France - 4T 2015

Retail sales fell to their lowest level in eight months in November, largely due to the dip in confidence as a result of the (...)

Office

Office Market Snapshot - France - 4T 2015

The sustained economic recovery continued to support the French office market in the final quarter and, with a take-up of almost 700,000 sq.m in (...)

Logistics

France : Industrial Market Snapshot - Q4 2015

The strong momentum seen in Q3 continued the final quarter of the year. Occupational activity in the Paris region was particularly active with over (...)

Logistics

France : Industrial Market Snapshot - Q3 2015

Occupational demand remains healthy across the main regional markets of Paris, Lyon and Northern France. The investment market is also seeing healthy levels of (...)

Retail

France : Retail Marketbeat - Q1 2015

French GDP growth in Q1 2015 is estimated at 0,4% by the INSEE, a sharp acceleration compared to the previous quarter (+0.1%). This progress (...)

Logistics

France : Industrial Snapshot - Q2 2015

The French industrial market, and in particular the logistics sector, continued to build momentum in Q2, as the impact of lower oil prices and (...)

Logistics

France : Industrial Snapshot - Q1 2015

French exports rebounded in Q4 2015 after stalling in the summer. Over the year as a whole, they increased by 6.1%, almost twice the (...)

Investment

Les marchés immobiliers français

15,1 milliards d’euros ont été investis en France en 2013, soit une hausse de 1% sur un an et une légère baisse de 3% (...)

Housing

Favorable outlook for European residential investment (Knight Frank)

Knight Frank conducted a survey* of 22 institutional investors with a total of €64bn of residential assets under management in Europe. 91% of them plan (...)

Finance

CRE investment: is a downturn coming in France?

2020 could have been the annus horribilis for the French commercial real estate investment market. It was quite different... In spite of a health (...)

Office

Brexit: Paris consolidates its second place behind Dublin - Knight Frank

Following the entry into effect of Brexit on 1 January 2021, Knight Frank France is taking stock of the movements of companies and their (...)

Office

After Dublin, Paris benefits the most from Brexit – Knight Frank

Since the June 2016 referendum, 530 business relocation or expansion projects have been registered in Europe, reports Knight Frank. Dublin is the city that (...)