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    Capital Watch 02 2016

    Welcome to the second issue of Capital Watch for 2016. It’s been a big quarter for London, culminating in the election of Sadiq Khan as our new Mayor. Many of his policies will have an impact on real estate, and the big question is whether he can deliver on what seem to be very ambitious election promises. 

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    Capital Watch: Tech powers London's success

    Tech has dominated the London real estate market in recent years and, in its wider sense, is playing a role in reshaping the property industry. This issue looks at tech from different angles, including an interview with Theo Blackwell, London's Chief Digital Officer.

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    U.S. MarketBeat Reports Q1 2018

    Strong Economic Start. No Signs of Slowing. The economy’s underlying fundamentals remain solid. Stimulus from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will keep economic demand growing at a strong pace. Read More

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    US Macro Forecast

    The U.S. Macro Forecast Report provides a high-level overview of Cushman & Wakefield’s forward-looking stance on the U.S. economy, commercial real estate, and the risks/assumptions that underlie the forecast.

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    U.S. Macro Forecast - September 2018

    How is the U.S. economy expected to perform? By nearly every relevant metric, the economic backdrop pertaining to the property markets is in excellent shape.

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    U.S.-China Trade Tensions: Impact on Property Markets

    The U.S. and Chinese economies and property markets are powering through the current trade tensions and are performing well. Despite a few imposed tariffs and a flurry of trade threats this year, China’s economy hasn’t skipped a beat. In the first quarter of 2018, China’s real GDP grew by 6.8%, on par with last year’s robust pace.

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    What's Next in Tech

    Technology views and tools from Cushman & Wakefield.

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    Special March 2018 Update: The Great Tax Race

    Read more detailed analysis of the plan – including an interactive map of which cities would be most heavily impacted by the change to residential real estate taxes.


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    Not-For-Profit & Public Sector 2017 Year-In-Review

    The New York City not-for-profit and public sector flourished in 2017, and topped its record-high performance in 2016 from both the total number of lease and sales transactions, in addition to the total square footage leased or purchased/sold.

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    Northern Virginia Market Report Q4 2017

    Northern Virginia capped off a year of notable relocations, with year-to-date overall net absorption closing the fourth quarter of 2017 at a positive 1.2 million square feet (msf)—a dramatic increase of 721.1% from the fourth quarter of 2016.


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    New Jersey Pharma/Life Sciences Market Report

    The pharmaceutical and life sciences industry has played a key role in New Jersey’s economy for many years. Many of the world’s largest pharmaceutical firms either own or lease substantial amounts of space in the Garden State, which has helped New Jersey gain the moniker “Medicine Chest of the Nation.”

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    Northern Virginia Market Report Q3 2016

    Job growth, typically a leading economic indicator, finally appeared to be having an impact on the Northern Virginia real estate market, as office space has experienced 494,676 square feet (SF) of positive year-to-date absorption.

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    New Jersey Life Sciences Industry Spotlight

    Historically, the life sciences sector has significantly impacted the New Jersey Class A office market with both large leasing transactions and space dispositions

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    Data Center Snapshot: United States, Winter 2015

    The U.S. multi-tenant data center market proved to be a dynamic leasing environment in 2014. Wholesale markets large and small were equally active, with areas seeing dramatic shifts in market conditions.
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    Multitenant Distribution Warehouse - Summer 2016

    The Multitenant Distribution Warehouse segment is comprised of properties with small-to-medium footprints (typically 200,000 square feet or smaller) often with column spacing of 40 feet by 40 feet and clear height of 24 feet or lower. Tenants in these facilities tend to be local and regional distributors seeking to operate in key industrial submarkets. Read More

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    Miami Retail Reinventing Itself

    No single market in the U.S. has seen as much upscale luxury retail growth over the past year as Miami.

    Highlights: Intense development in the city's urban core stokes Miami's growth; Miami's "shadow market" a key driver; Miami-Dade visitors spend $24B a year

    Hispanic and Millennial buying power paints bright picture for future

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