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The market is responding to changing occupier demands by offering new and hybrid models that challenge conventional asset classes
"Frankfurt on track to regain prime position; smaller deals in the residential market"
"Prague is the most expensive housing market in the Czech republic. With more than 115,000 students studying in the city and their groeing demands, we examined the state of the capital's student housing market. The lack of modern higher quality purpose built student accommodation is already drawing private sector investment. "
"Record volume in the commercial investment market, record apartment prices"
"Development acquisitions are driving prices and transaction volume"
"With coworking spaces growing on a global scale, we looked at the booming flexible workplace market in Prague. The popularity of the city's coworking office market, which only began about 9 years ago, is on the rise and attracting international operators sich as Business Link or WeWork."
"Between a long-term boom and a descending fog of risk"
"Where should core and value-add investors look across Europe?"
"Development activity has picked up over the past two years. The amount of office completions is expected to increase by 28% in 2019 across Europe. About half of the space under construction is already pre-let. Existing availability and new available supply will account for about 7% of the total stock on average. The average vacancy rate in our survey area is currently at 5.9%, limiting occupier choice."
"European Offices - Half of the development pipeline is pre-let"
"The investment market continues to be strong across all sectors and prime yields remain at all-time lows in many sectors."