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International Residential Property

A plan for all seasons

Faced with an unprecedented range of threats to their future, ski resorts have to reinvent themselves to survive

Alpine propertyAustrian Alps

A plan for all seasons

Abstract

Faced with an unprecedented range of threats to their future, ski resorts have to reinvent themselves to survive

International Residential Property

Our Alpine expertise

Unequalled experience, knowledge and contacts across the Alpine market

Alpine propertyAustrian Alps

Our Alpine expertise

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Unequalled experience, knowledge and contacts across the Alpine market

International Residential Property

Which resorts are most resilient?

The Savills Ski Resilience Index measures five metrics that provide a key indication to the resilience of 55 global resorts

Alpine propertyAustrian Alps

Which resorts are most resilient?

Abstract

The Savills Ski Resilience Index measures five metrics that provide a key indication to the resilience of 55 global resorts

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Spotlight Agency T3 2018

"In the first nine months of 2018, take-up reached 1,874,000 sqm, up 6% compared to 2017 results, which were themselves excellent. The strength of the market is largely thanks to transactions for offices exceeding 5,000 sqm, which continue to drive it upwards and account for 40% of take-up. As a consequence of upbeat lettings activity, immediate supply throughout the Ile-de-France region has fallen significantly. For the first time in almost 10 years, immediate supply has dipped below the 3 million sqm threshold (2,958,000 sqm). High take-up mixed with depleted supply is putting increased upward pressure on rents, with values spiking significantly, particularly in the main business districts and their immediate surrounding areas."

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Offices

Spotlight Office Ile-de-France Q3 2018

"In the first nine months of 2018, take-up reached 1,874,000 sqm, up 6% compared to 2017 results, which were themselves excellent. The strength of the market is largely thanks to transactions for offices exceeding 5,000 sqm, which continue to drive it upwards and account for 40% of take-up. As a consequence of upbeat lettings activity, immediate supply throughout the Ile-de-France region has fallen significantly. For the first time in almost 10 years, immediate supply has dipped below the 3 million sqm threshold (2,958,000 sqm). High take-up mixed with depleted supply is putting increased upward pressure on rents, with values spiking significantly, particularly in the main business districts and their immediate surrounding areas."

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