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BEIJING MARKETBEAT REPORTS

7/3/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
戴德梁行季度市场报告对当季经济与商业地产动态进行研究分析,内容涵盖整体市场和细分商圈的供应,需求与价格趋势。

Office: With new projects now entering the market, vacancy rose 2.4 pp q-o-q overall and Grade A rentals continued to drop, down 5.0% q-o-q overall.
但新冠肺炎疫情爆发带来的持续影响仍然是明显的。随着新项目的入市,整体甲级写字楼市场空置率环比上升2.4个百分点,租金继续环比下降5.0%

Retail: Vacancy still rose, up 3 pp q-o-q to 12%, but new entrants included Perfect Diary’s first Beijing store.
虽然整体市场空置率仍在上升,环比上升3个百分点至12%,但仍有一些品牌随着消费的回暖选择进入市场,如妆品牌完美日记的北京首店开业

Capital Markets: In the first-half of 2020, total transaction volume registered RMB24 billion, down 5.45% y-o-y, of which foreign investment accounted for 44%, all from Singapore.
纵观上半年,成交额共计约244亿元,与去年同期相比仅下降5.45%,其中外资占比达44%,均来自于新加坡。

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CURRENT MARKETBEATS / 当前市场快讯

Office Buildings CBD
Beijing Office MarketBeat

Pent-up leasing activity gradually emerged in Q2, but the ongoing damaging effects of the pandemic outbreak are apparent.
2019年底和2020年一季度累计的租赁需求在二季度才逐渐显现出来,整体市场吸纳量较一季度有明显上升。

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Shopping Retail
Beijing Retail MarketBeat

Shopper footfall has gradually resumed amidst an overall retail recovery, backed by a citywide four-month shopping promotion campaign.
在北京市政府为期四个月购物促销活动的支持下,随着整体零售市场的逐渐复苏,购物中心客流量也在逐步恢复。

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Office Buildings CBD
Beijing Capital Market MarketBeat

In Q2, seven transactions with RMB6.35 billion of transaction volume completed in Beijing investment market, dropped 64.7% q-o-q.
本季度大宗交易市场北京总计成交约63.5亿元,较上季度下降环比下降64.7%

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