Moscow City Residents Colliers International has analysed the current pool of residents and presents an updated profile of the companies in this increasingly popular business district. Over the past two years, the vacancy rate in MIBC Moscow-City has decreased significantly, while the composition of residents has changed due to the arrival of new companies. The largest volume of foreign occupiers in the business district was fixed in 2006, when their share was 80%. However, as the MIBC was occupied, Russian companies took the dominant position. Currently, 78% of the occupied space in the "Moscow City" falls on Russian companies and 22% on foreign companies. Retailers are the driving force for demand in the Russian industrial market Large trading companies have shown the highest level of activity in the Russian industrial market since the start of 2015. Gigabytes of offices The IT and Telecommunications sector (IT&T) plays a key role in the development of the Moscow office market, as a significant share (an average of 18% over the last 10 years) of take-up has been made by IT&T companies.