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  • Sydney, Australia
    Magazine

    Sydney: Bridging capital

    September/October 2014 (Magazine)

    The relatively high yields of Australia’s most populous city is attracting global capital, not least from China. Christopher O’Dea reports

  • Magazine

    Office: Local demand dynamics

    September/October 2014 (Magazine)

    Regional office markets in the UK are back on the radar. But new research shows the importance of studying the local drivers. Bill Page reports

  • Time Square
    Magazine

    Office REITs and the ‘Three Rs’

    Listed 2014 (Magazine)

    Office REITs are generally outperforming their market and enjoying liquidity and access to capital. Christopher O’Dea reports on a booming sub-sector

  • Toronto, Canada
    Magazine

    City Focus, Toronto: Cranes on the skyline

    March/April 2014 (Magazine)

    The city is undergoing a glut of new development, but do the cranes on Toronto’s skyline reflect an opportunity or portend the start of a bubble? Stephanie Schwartz-Driver and Chris O’Dea report.

  • Magazine

    Roundabout to Allee

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Growth in technology, media and telecoms industries has boosted office markets. Mark Callender explores Europe’s burgeoning ‘tech clusters’

  • Magazine

    Large tenants look further afield

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    The greater Paris market is undergoing a number of structural changes with important implications for investors, writes Antonin Prade

  • Magazine

    Beyond the main Städte

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    Germany’s office market has become overwhelmingly competitive. Justin Schubert asks whether value can still be found

  • Magazine

    Venturing outside the city

    September 2013 (Magazine)

    As the 18-month decline in capital values draws to a close, there are signs that the recovery in the UK is spreading beyond London. Richard Lowe reports

  • Magazine

    A decade to rebalance?

    May 2013 (Magazine)

    What will the office market in Hong Kong look like in 2020? Thomas Lam offers a vision

  • Magazine

    Still a safe haven?

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Is German office still a safe option for investors when taking into account vacancy rates? Erik Marienfeldt provides some answers

  • Magazine

    Asia outperforms the rest

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Office rents across the globe, led by Asia, rose during 2011. After such a positive year, where will the markets go in 2012? Barrie David reports

  • Magazine

    Out with the old

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Obsolescence is the biggest threat to the European office market but it will also create opportunities, say Bill Page and Benoit du Passage

  • Magazine

    Golden years ahead

    May 2012 (Magazine)

    Chris Sullivan explains why the next decade will become the ‘Asset Management Years’, and uses the UK office market as a case in point

  • Magazine

    Too late for the office party?

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    Investors flocking to safety are looking to prime office properties. But with prices rising and bidding wars erupting, are these markets already overheated? Stephanie Schwartz-Driver investigates

  • Magazine

    Two-storey market

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    An escalating sovereign debt crisis has triggered the emergence of an increasingly polarised European office market. John Danes looks at the diverging fortunes of north and south

  • Magazine

    London’s enduring appeal

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    The London office sector has been one of the main focal points over the past two years for global investors. Are there still opportunities? Yes, according to Mervyn Howard and Scott Rowland

  • Magazine

    Sustainability primer

    September 2011 (Magazine)

    The definition of prime in European office markets currently lack any explicit reference to sustainability. Lesley Atkinson-Baldwyn, Sarah Sayce and Judy Smith ask: Will green become a prime colour?

  • Magazine

    Still playing safe

    September 2010 (Magazine)

    Opportunities abound in office markets around the world but are some already becoming overpriced? The preference is still for quality as economic uncertainty persists, says Lynn Strongin Dodds

  • Office lights shining
    Magazine

    Office lights shining

    May 2010 (Magazine)

    Office markets in Singapore, Sydney and Shanghai offer particularly good prospects for investors, says Charlie Huang

  • Window on the capital
    Magazine

    Window on the capital

    September 2009 (Magazine)

    Time to invest in central London office? The end of the year may be a good opportunity, but investors must move quickly, says Clive Castle