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SINGAPORE MARKETBEAT REPORTS

Christine Li • 14/07/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Office: With corporate occupiers pulling the brakes on their expansion plans to manage costs as well as to focus on operational issues arising from the pandemic, leasing demand for the office sector had remained weak in the second quarter.

Retail: Strict social distancing measures had put some stress on activity-based retailers such as those in the F&B business. Many were not able to operate at full capacity as a result and more retailers could call it quits if the situation persists.

Industrial: In an attempt to lower real estate costs, firms turned their attention to business park spaces for their relocation needs or to use as a secondary location to supplement their main office in the CBD.

Investment: The quarter marked the return of big ticket commercial deals, which saw sales volume surged to S$2.02 billion -  an 11-fold increase from Q1 2020's S$183.4 million.

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CURRENT MARKETBEAT

Office Buildings CBD
Singapore Office Report

It is expected that rents will moderate further in the third quarter as landlords compete to attract and retain key tenants.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Singapore Industrial Report

The biomedical sector was the brightest spot in manufacturing during the second quarter, experiencing strong growth as demand soared for key medical supplies.

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Shopping Retail
Singapore Retail Report

The retail market could see steeper falls in rent in the second half of 2020 due to higher expected vacancies, lower footfalls, social distancing measures and economic uncertainties.

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Warehouse Internal Rack
Singapore Investment Report

Investment volume amounted to S$3.15 billion in Q2 2020 with commercial sector chalking up 64% of the quarter's total volume.

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