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The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for office and residential sites respectively. This represents a loss in momentum when compared to the 9.8% and 7.7% respective growth rates in H1 2013.
Introduction to one of South East Asia’s strongest growing property markets, 2014.
Thanks To Stable Economic Growth, Sentiment Toward Shanghai’S Grade A Office Market Remained Positive In Quarter One. Multinational Companies Showed Strong Rental Demand, Particularly Companies Registered In The Pudong Area. By The End Of 2010, The Total Number Of Approved MNC Regional Hqs Reached 1
Designated As One Of Shanghai’S Most Important Strategic Development Areas, The Development Of The Hongqiao Central Business District (The Hongqiao CBD) Is A Priority For The Local Government.
This Report Examines The Opportunities That The Emerging Hongqiao CBD Will Offer Shanghai.
This annual review assesses the performance of the commercial and residential markets across China’s key cities in 2011 and sets out Knight Frank’s outlook for 2012.
Beijing And Shanghai Are Transforming Themselves Into Regional And Internationalfinancial Centres With The Aggressive Expansion Of Their Business Districts. Can Hong Kong Retain Its Position As China's Leading International Financial Hub Under Current Planning?
Knight Frank Has Published The Latest Shanghai Office Market In 2020 Report. It Illustrates How Shanghai's Grade-A Office Market Will Develop In The Next Decade By Reviewing The Current Market Condition And Projecting Future Demand And Supply Levels.
This Report Series Comprises Current Topical Issues On The Office Market In Australia.
A detailed look at the legal sector and its real estate requirements across the Asia Pacific region. The report includes an exclusive survey of international law firms as to their motivators behind real estate decisions and how, in a number of countries, they are adapting to the changing regulatory
The office sales market remained robust in April. With limited Grade-A offices available for sale, demand spilled over into the Grade-B market.