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This report highlights current and forecast conditions in the Melbourne CBD office market.
This Report Provides An Overview Of Current And Forecast Trends In The Sydney CBD Office Market.
Updated quarterly, the Regional Office Market Portal (ROMP) shows the latest key market indicators from each of the 10 markets across Knight Frank’s regional network. The interactive map also provides a bi-annual commentary of trends in each of the regional markets.
In depth insights on key trends in the Office sector.
Spanish economy above the euro area and upward forecasts in the occupier markets in Madrid and investment markets in Madrid and Barcelona.
A quarterly report providing insight on current performance and conditions in the Dubai office market as well as commentary on future trends.
Knight Frank's annual Paris Office Market Report provides an overview of Paris's vibrant office market, including both occupier and investment sectors. .
Knight Frank launches the “NEXT STOP: North Bund” Report which explores future development opportunities and prospects by analysing the existing and future tenant profiles, office rents and prices, and competitive advantages and strategic positioning of the area over other emerging business district
This report provides an overview of the Canberra Office market.
The report describes the office property market in Poland.
Metro Cebu remains to be one of the most vibrant economic hubs in the Philippines. The remarkable economic growth exhibited by the various cities and municipalities of Metropolitan Cebu makes the area an attractive target for diverse real estate investments.
The report provides an overview of the Adelaide office market including the CBD and CBD Fringe precincts.
This report provides an overview of the Parramatta office market.
A concise overview of the Dublin office market, covering occupier and investment market trends.
Costs and Service Charges in Office Properties
The rise of activity based / agile working and the more recent phenomenon of coworking have been two of the most prolific changes to workplace design over the past five years. In Australia, coworking has gathered significant momentum over the past three years.