Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Office: The market remained stable in 2019, average monthly rate slipping 0.2% y-o-y to RMB76.2 per sq m. Finance, trade and professional services sectors have been key drivers of leasing activity.

Retail: New supply in 2019 pushed overall vacancy up to 9.8%. Average monthly rent remained stable at RMB420 per sq m, although Chongqing Road submarket retains its premium.

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Office Buildings CBD
Changchun Office MarketBeat

Quality new supply due by 2020 will enhance the market but expect demand to remain relatively weak.

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Shopping Retail
Changchun Retail MarketBeat

Kuancheng District will take the lion’s share of new supply through 2022, whilst Metro Lines 5 and 6 will boost the market.

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Office Buildings CBD

办公室更新: 预计2020年,优质的新增供应将继续提振市场,但市场租赁需求仍相对疲软。

零售更新: 同时地铁5号和6号线的开通将促进零售市场更加繁荣。



Covid-19, China
Article • Insights

Lessons from Landlords in China`s post COVID-19 Recovery Phase

While having the ability to work from outside of a corporate office has been feasible for the last couple of decades, working remotely at home in China has become important on a grand scale only really since the outbreak of COVID-19. 
Shaun Brodie • 3/24/2020
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Research • Data Center

Asia Pacific Data Centre MarketBeats Autumn/Winter

The advent of 5G and the shift to remote working have created a remarkable, urgent appetite for data centres across the Asia Pacific region. In our latest series of market reports we’ve looked at four key locations and the unique dynamics of their data centre markets.
Kevin Imboden • 11/18/2020
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Insights • Coworking

The Changing Role of Coworking in the Workplace Ecosystem

Although coworking has been dramatically impacted by COVID-19 and the economic downturn, it’s likely to remain a viable and important workplace environment for a variety of user types and reasons.
David Smith • 8/3/2020