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7/9/2021
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
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: Overall vacancy dropped 3.67 percentage points to 43.7%. Average monthly rents rose to RMB69.5 per sq m, up 4.7% since the end of 2020. New supply in 2H will exert renewed pressure on vacancy and rental growth.
空置率半年内下降3.67个百分点至43.7%。平均租金半年涨幅达4.7%至每月每平方米69.5元。尽管年内的计划供应或受工期影响有所延迟缓解市场压力,但在持续的大供应下,空置率仍面临上行压力,租金涨幅或将收窄。

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Nanning Office MarketBeat / 南宁写字楼市场快讯

Office Buildings CBD

Competitive leasing strategies in the mature submarkets attracted tenants and helped citywide net absorption reach 94,000 sq m in 1H.
南宁甲级写字楼市场竞争激烈,成熟商圈的业主调整租赁策略刺激成交活跃,同时,租赁需求反弹共同促使上半年全市甲级写字楼吸纳量达到9.4万平方米。

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