News 2015

  • Global Investor Outlook 2016

    Global Investor Outlook reveals moderating risk appetite but buóyant demand: • More than half of investors plan to increase real estate allocations within multi-asset portfolios • Investors to use more debt, but take less risk • Europe number one target for US private equity; London, Paris remain strong

  • From First Mile to Last Mile - Global Industrial & logsitic trends

    Future of retail to include skyscraper warehouses, super ports and showrooming. 6 predictions for the future of retail and logistics - Massive demand for warehouse spaces as retails moves online - Mammoth distribution centres and sky-scraper sheds could be the future to storing goods

  • European Retail & Logistics Insights - From sheds to shelves

    Last mile distribution may be better of grounded, hughe rise in demand for urban logistics space and drone deliveries may prove impossible... learn more about them by reading our new report.

  • Market Report 2015

    In 2015 the real-estate market in Austria is characterized by substantial demand for investment properties and a significant drop in new rentals, according to the latest market report for Austria published by Colliers International. Although prices initially remained stable, the Vienna real-estate market has felt the full effects of the crisis in Ukraine and the uncertainty about Europe’s future, which has led to a significant decline in demand for housing and commercial spaces.

  • Edinburgh Recorded Highest Prime Logistics Rent Rise in Europe in H1 2015

    Prime industrial rents in Edinburgh grew by +11,1 per cent in H1 2015. This was the largest increase in Europe.

  • Ireland’s Capital sees increase in office rents of 25 per cent in H1

    Dublin saw the most significant rise in office rents in Europe in the first half of 2015, boasting rental growth of 25 per cent in the last six months. Other cities that saw significant rises in rents were Belfast, Bratislava, Manchester and Lisbon.

  • Capital Flows Report 2015 H1

    LONDON, July 17, 2015 – Cross-Border capital investment throughout European real estate increased by 30 per cent during the first half of 2015, to €129 billion compared to the first half of 2014, according to Colliers International research published this week.

  • Retail Snapshot 2015

    Vienna, 28.05.2015 – Colliers International research reveals EMEA retail investment volumes were up 94% to €19.1bn during the first quarter of 2015 compared with Q1 2014, with expectations that total 2015 transactions will surpass the previous year’s total of €51.8bn

  • 1 of 5 Offices let to TMT throughout Europe

    LONDON, 6 May, 2015 – The Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) sector was the most active industry in Western Europe’s eight key office markets, with a 22% share of total office take-up in 2014 according to Colliers International research.

  • TOP Lettings in Vienna and Linz

    Vienna, 21.04.2015 – Colliers International could prove again their right instinct for prime locations by brokering two retail premises in Vienna and Linz.

  • Capital Flows Quarterly Report 4

    European real estate investment totalled €213bn for 2014, an increase of around 13% on 2013’s figures. Quarter four’s total investment turnover reached €68bn, of which 52% was cross-border.

  • Record €22bn invested in EMEA Industrial and Logistic Property

    EMEA Industrial and Logistic Property investment has surpassed 2007 levels to hit €22bn, with the UK leading the region according to our latest "EMEA Industrial & Logistics Snapshot 2015".

  • Dublin: the Comeback Kids of the European Office Markets

    Dublin proved to be the standout success story in the European office market for the second half of 2014, with rental growth rising by 14.3 per cent in six months to €480 per sq m per annum (an increase of over 21 per cent in the last year).

  • Sudden Increase in Sale and Leaseback Transactions Across Europe

    The latest research from global property advisers, Colliers International on the European Sale and Leaseback (SLB) market shows a sudden rise in SLB transactions, accounting for 6.4 per cent of market transactions at a value of €3.8 billion, compared with less than 3 per cent at the end of 2013.

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