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Knight Frank has published its third “Chinese Outbound Real Estate Investment report: Changing Currents, Rising Tides”.
This report series provides an outline of the Gold Coast office market.
This Insight provides a summary of the diverging fortunes the cities of Sydney and Brisbane have experienced over the past ten years.
This Insight provides a summary of the transformation Melbourne CBD has undergone in the past decade.
This report provides an overview of office supply across the major Australian markets.
Knight Frank Cambodia’s half yearly commercial and residential report provides key market updates for H1 2016, looking at current market conditions in terms of supply and demand, pricing, and future market prospects. ”.
A commercial and residential research report providing an overview of Singapore's economy and a comprehensive analysis of Singapore's residential, retail, office, industrial, investment, and auction markets.
This report provides an overview of leasing activity in the secondary office market across Sydney.
This report provides an overview of current conditions in the Brisbane suburban office market
This Insight report provides an overview of the Newcastle commercial property market.
This Insight report provides an overview of the Frenchs Forest office market.
This Insight report summarises offshore ownership trends in the Sydney CBD office and hotel markets.
This Research Insight provides an overview of Tenant movements within the Melbourne market.
A comprehensive study on the Delhi – Mumbai industrial Corridor (DMIC) that will serve as a ready reckoner for all who wish to get an idea of the impact of the DMIC on development of tier 2 and 3 cities.
This Insight Report Provides An Overview Of Office Stock Withdrawals And Conversion In The East Coast Capital Cities.
This publication series lists the largest office transactions in the Brisbane CBD market.
There has been tremendous surge of Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate in recent years. From 2009 to 2014, the total value of Chinese overseas investment volume has skyrocketed from US$0.6 billion to hit an estimated US$15 billion.
As of Q2 2014, there were approximately 4,555,271 square metres of office space in Bangkok.
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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.
A growing demand for office space by the IT/ITES sector and lack of fresh supply in teh traditional office location, have led to the emergence of peripheral micro-markets liek Gurgaon & Noida and new office locations within Delhi such as Jasola and Saket