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60% of total hotel investment volumes in 2011 were transacted as single asset deals

2011 proved to be another active year for both investors and hoteliers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) despite increasing uncertainty surrounding the Euro crisis in the second half of 2011. At year-end, investment volumes across the region totalled €8.1 billion, a 5% increase on 2010 levels according to the Hote...
Wednesday, 14. March 2012

EMEA prime industrial and logistics markets stable

The vast majority of markets monitored by Colliers International for its biannual EMEA Industrial and Logistics Rent Map experienced no change in prime warehouse rents in the second half of 2011. The most significant increases were recorded in the key Scandinavian and Baltic markets, with the highest increases taking place in...
Thursday, 16. February 2012

Q3 office take-up in London strongest since beginning of the year

Office take-up in London and Paris soared by 26% and 46% respectively in the third quarter of 2011 as office leasing transaction levels hit a 2011 peak, according to CBRE. Despite the weakening economic outlook, occupier demand across European office markets remained roughly stable compared to the same period last year.
Friday, 23. December 2011

Stable prime rents in many EMEA retail markets

Europe’s prime high streets showed strong resilience between first and third quarter this year, according to recent analysis by Colliers International for their biannual EMEA Retail Rents Map. The majority of markets surveyed reported stable prime rents, although almost a dozen reported some growth, with notable increases see...
Monday, 14. November 2011

EMEA prime industrial and logistics rental growth universally flat

A significant proportion of the centres monitored by Colliers International for their biannual EMEA Industrial and Logistics Rent Map reported no change in prime warehouse rents over the first half of 2011. A lack of prime stock and a limited development pipeline are keeping rents stable in most markets despite soft demand du...
Tuesday, 27. September 2011

Moscow, St Petersburg and London West End show positive growth

The majority of office markets in EMEA have reported flat rental growth in the first half of the year; however, at the top and bottom end of the scale a few markets have reported either very strong or very negative growth, Colliers International found when conducting research for their biannual EMEA Office Rent Map. Notable a...
Tuesday, 20. September 2011

Reduced activity across Europe’s main office markets

Renewed caution from occupiers had led to reduced activity across Europe’s main office markets, with the notable exception of Moscow, according to the latest EMEA Offices report from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE).
Tuesday, 13. September 2011

EMEA direct commercial real estate investment activity year-on-year up 4% in Q2

Following a stellar performance in Q1 2011, which saw a 32 percent year-on-year increase, direct real estate investment volumes in Europe during the second quarter of 2011 (Q2 2011) reached €24.8 billion, reflecting four percent growth compared with the equivalent period last year, according to the latest Global Capital Flows...
Friday, 15. July 2011

Growing pains await Corporate Occupiers

Jones Lang LaSalle’s Q2 2011 EMEA Corporate Occupier Conditions research shows that office occupiers may face the new pressure of accommodating growth and expansion. Vincent Lottefier, Head of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Corporate Solutions EMEA team; “The last 24 months have been quite a roller-coaster ride for office occupiers in...
Friday, 24. June 2011

EMEA hotel market recovery boosted by growth in investor confidence

The hotel market in EMEA is perceived to be firmly on a path to recovery according to Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels' latest Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey. Improved market conditions have prompted investors to explore hotel investment opportunities, particularly throughout Western Europe. Only the Middle East and North Africa (M...
Friday, 27. May 2011

EMEA prime high street retail rents hold steady

In their recently published EMEA Retail Rents Map, Colliers International found that in the six months between 3rd quarter 2010 and 1st quarter 2011, EMEA prime high street retail rents broadly held firm against a background of continuing uncertainty over the sovereign debt issues plaguing some of the weaker Eurozone members,...
Saturday, 21. May 2011