Latest research from Colliers International has found that due to a declining workforce population, Europe is set to see a drop in demand for office space over the next few decades.
High degree of accessibility, low time distance from urbanized areas through new road networks, access to the airport, access to the ports of Piraeus and Patras, and availability of parcels of land suitable to attract industrial, warehousing and logistics activities were some of the variables that affected the growth of the industrial and logistics market in Attika, Greece.
Colliers International released its 2011 Global Investor Sentiment Survey, which takes the pulse of property investors worldwide, measuring their appetite for risk, optimism, key concerns and sense of market cycles.
Europe’s prime high streets showed strong resilience between first and third quarter this year, according to recent analysis by Colliers International for their biannual EMEA Retail Rents Map. The majority of markets surveyed reported stable prime rents, although almost a dozen reported some growth.
The majority of office markets in EMEA have reported flat rental growth in the first half of the year; however, at the top and bottom end of the scale a few markets have reported either very strong or very negative growth, Colliers International found when conducting research for their biannual EMEA Office Rent Map.
A significant proportion of the centres monitored by Colliers International for their biannual EMEA Industrial and Logistics Rent Map reported no change in prime warehouse rents over the first half of 2011.
As Generation Y begins to dominate the workplace, companies need to be looking at how their physical working environment can be used to attract and retain this techno-savvy and digitally sophisticated generation
Colliers International's recent market research finds that despite the state of Greece's public finances, and, by association, its wider economy, the real estate market has continued to see some positive activity, with not everyone writing the country off.
Colliers International has reinforced its position as a leader in commercial real estate by earning a top spot on the 2011 global brand rankings, released today by The Lipsey Company.
Colliers International, a leading real estate advisory business, released the 2011 New Europe Real Estate Review covering 12 markets including Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic and Ukraine.
Colliers International was awarded the Best Agent of 2010 in the Retail & Leisure category at the recent 8th Annual CEE Real Estate Quality Awards.
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