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: Active leasing demand led by finance and TMT sectors continued to absorb existing stock, overall vacancy dropping 2.8 percentage points q-o-q to 39.0%. Average Grade A rents firmed, rising 1.7% q-o-q to RMB 88.2 per sq m.

Retail: Longfor Yanghu Paradise Walk launched in Q2, taking prime retail stock to 2.4 million sq m. High occupancy at Yanghu, and leisure and entertainment expansion, pushed citywide net absorption to 100,845 sq m.

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Office Buildings CBD
Changsha Office MarketBeat

No new Grade A projects launched in Q2, citywide stock remaining at 2.6 million sq m.

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Shopping Retail
Changsha Retail MarketBeat

Overall vacancy dropped to 5.9%, average monthly rents dipping 0.5% q-o-q to RMB 421.0 per sq m.

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Residential market Hamburg 2021
Insights • Residential

Hamburg Residential Market 2021

As a gateway to the world and a city on the water, Hamburg combines an urban lifestyle along with plenty of nature. In times of change, the northern metropolis on the banks of the Elbe is also reinventing itself, but never forgetting its roots as a traditional port and merchant city. 
Verena Bauer • 6/18/2021
APAC Office Fit-Out (Card Image)
Article • Insights

Get The Most From Your Asia Pacific Office Fit-out

In our Asia Pacific Office Fit-out Cost Guide 2019-2020, corporate occupiers can get the latest data on fit-out costs across 28 key gateway cities in the region. Whether it’s a low, medium or high-quality specification fit-out requirement, the guide serves to assist occupiers in defining their capital planning and relocation budgets. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the headlines.

Future of Office (Card Image)
Insights • Office

Purpose of Place: History and Future of the Office

This study is the second in a three-part series that provides a new perspective on COVID-19’s impact on the commercial real estate (CRE) industry and the future of the office.
David Smith • 10/29/2020