The latest London Office Market 2021 report by Property Consultants Bidwells has revealed that investor interest in London based offices is starting to peak, with the market having a strong rebound from 2020.
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BNP Paribas REIM Healthcare Property Fund Europe (HPF) has secured equity commitments of EUR340 million, giving it an investment capacity in excess of EUR500 million.
Despite a challenging year, the PropTech industry is firing on all cylinders, according to the latest edition of the MetaProp Global PropTech Confidence Index.
Law firms and the medical, education and life sciences sectors to lead central London office market recovery, says Gerald Eve survey
Law firms and non-traditional office sectors, such as medical, education, and life sciences could be poised to lead the recovery in the central London office market this year as they look to take advantage of the current disruption to secure more favourable lease terms, according to the latest research from property consultancy Gerald Eve.
The UK real estate market is bracing for a major overhaul of its traditional revenue generation model and operating structures, according to the findings of a market survey by European law firm, Fieldfisher.
While the high street continues to struggle with a monumental identity crisis, accelerated by the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, out of town retail parks are experiencing something of a renaissance, according to Scarborough Development Group (SDG).
Rolling quarterly All Property returns hit 2.14 per cent in January, the highest since June 2018, according to the latest In Brief investment report from property consultancy Gerald Eve.
Despite a difficult year for the commercial property market, UK residential investment volumes matched 2018’s all-time high, reaching GBP6.1 billion in 2020 - GBP2.8 billion of which targeted the London market, according to new research carried out by Colliers.
Multifamily investment has proven to be the most resilient real estate sector in Europe during 2020 and the new core, with a 6 per cent increase year on year and a 17 per cent increase on the past five-year average, according to Savills.
Edinburgh’s growing status as a hub of innovation and the quality of life it has to offer place the city among the world’s most aspirational future urban hotspots, according to Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report.