John Sears • 13/01/2021
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

CBD Office: Premium grade rose to 35% from 34%. The average A-grade net incentives increased to 37% from 35% but are up 36% over the past year.

Metro Office: Despite the turbulent year across the city, the metro markets net face rents have remained relatively stable over 2020. Upward movement in net incentives has placed downward pressure on net effective rents.

Learn more by clicking our most recent Melbourne MarketBeat reports below.


Office Buildings CBD
Melbourne CBD Office Report

Enquiry is expected to improve, assuming the pandemic remains contained, as offices reopen in 2021.

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Office Buildings CBD
Melbourne Metro Office Report

We expect activity to build in the new year, assuming the pandemic is contained, as the white collar workforce returns to the office.



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Research • Investment

Australia National Investment Report (March 2020)

The Australian commercial real estate market slowed dramatically in Q1 2020 with just $3.0 billion worth of transactions recorded.
John Sears • 21/04/2020
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Research • Occupier

2020 Vision - Australian Property Insights

Australian Commercial Real Estate (CRE) transaction volumes are at record levels with strong demand from both local and international investors. However, the market is desynchronising with yields in some sectors and markets continuing to compress to record lows, while for others demand has fallen and yields are being challenged.
John Sears • 17/12/2019
Research • Occupier

Office Leasing Trends and Outlook 2020

In the fourth annual Cushman & Wakefield Office Leasing Trends and Outlook Survey, landlord and tenant representatives’ views of the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane office markets were measured. This report highlights both the latest thinking on markets and notes how opinions have evolved over the past 12 months.
John Sears • 18/12/2019