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Pacific markets gained prominence in the Q1 2013 global retail rankings, as both Brisbane and Melbourne ranked among the most expensive prime retail markets, (...)
The Americas recovery fared best among the three regions.
Chicago witnessed strong demand over the last year, and construction began on the first speculative (...)
Divergence between Global Office Capital Values and Rents persisted this quarter.
Regional performance was led by the Americas Office Capital Value Index which advanced (...)
The Global Industrial Logistics markets were quiet, with little change in the top rankings by rent level relative to the previous quarter, as many (...)
The globalisation of the retail sector continues, with retailers expanding into a wide range of markets in 2012 - 81% of the cities saw (...)
CBRE’s quarterly survey of prime logistics rents reflected no change in the top 10 most expensive prime rankings, as demand for logistics space remained (...)
Occupier demand remains circumspect and still broadly focused on prime space.
Soft conditions remain in Europe and Asia Pacific, while many Americas markets saw (...)
CBRE's quarterly survey of global prime retail markets continued to be reflected by historically low construction rates of prime retail space, which has resulted (...)
The CBRE Global Office Capital Value Index rose slightly with a gain of 0.6% for Q4, while the CBRE Global Office Rent Index also (...)
The global office market recovery has cooled somewhat over the past year amid slowing economic growth in China, recession in Europe and a tepid (...)
The commercial real estate (CRE) sector displayed resilience in Q3 2012, continuing its gradual recovery despite an insalubrious mix of slow global economic growth (...)
The world’s top 10 most expensive industrial logistics markets in Q3 2012 were spread across the globe, with six in Asia Pacific, three in (...)
CBRE’s quarterly tracking of global retail prime rents found the same markets that led the rankings in Q2 2012 continued to lead in Q3 (...)
Many markets remain suspended in a cautious recovery as the global economy remains wrought with uncertainty.
Tenant demand is modest, measured (cost conscious) and (...)
The Global Office Indices signaled a broad intermission in leasing and investment market recoveries.
Widespread cost-containment strategies stimulated occupiers to locate in decentralized areas (...)
Office markets are transitioning from contraction to recovery. Of the 133 global office markets tracked for this report, office occupancy costs increased in 80 (...)
The macro malaise across the globe has reached the prime office market, as the upward movement in prime rents and capital valies shows only (...)
Despite macroeconomic turbulence, global prime rents are rising! Why you ask? The answer lies in the age-gold "bandwagon" adage : Everyone wants to be (...)
Despite the last few years of macro malaise, commercial real estate metrics have seen modest improvements. The performance across the globe in Q2 2012 (...)
The CBRE global basket of prime retail rents increased by 0.8% over Q1 2012. The Americas led the way with growth of 3.4% quarter-over-quarter, (...)
While there is an abundance of uncertainty in the global economy, CBRE’s Office Capital Value Index for Q1 2012 shows fairly strong annual growth (...)
The CBRE Office Rent Cycle for Q1 2012 indicates that rents are at a standstill for the vast majority of markets in response to (...)
The United States witnessed a marked increase in cross-border activity as investor focus shifted to the region.
Australia continued to witness solid demand for prime (...)
After several quarters in which commercial real estate performed relatively well despite persistent economic challenges, the effects of the broader economic strains were felt (...)
Across the economic landscape since the demise of Lehman Brothers in 2008, occasional signs of improvement in the global economies in recent years have (...)
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