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Cushman & Wakefield Releases How-to Guide for Reopening Workplaces

Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) has released its “Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide for Reopening your Workplace,” a comprehensive guide for real estate tenants and landlords on reopening workplaces as stay-at-home restrictions are lifted.

Hena Park • 06/05/2020

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Asia Pacific Commercial Real Estate Markets Set for Severe but Short-Lived Blow From COVID-19 Outbreak

China’s commercial real estate markets will be the most disrupted in Asia Pacific by the COVID-19 outbreak, although, in the short-term, tourism and retail markets across the region will feel a serious impact from reduced visitor numbers from the mainland, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s Potential Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Commercial Real Estate in Asia-Pacific report.

Hena Park • 21/02/2020

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A Challenging 2020 Ahead in APAC Office Markets But Greater Opportunities for Some Occupiers

Markets with limited supply, such as Singapore, Taipei and Ho Chi Minh City will be less severely impacted from the outbreak

Geraldine Cheong • 24/03/2020

Two-tier Business Park Market to Continue
Two-tier Business Park Market to Continue

The two-tier business park market in Singapore looks set to continue as rents for business parks in the city fringe are projected to increase. 

Geraldine Cheong • 20/10/2020

Two-tier Business Park Market to Continue
Two-tier Business Park Market to Continue

The two-tier business park market in Singapore looks set to continue as rents for business parks in the city fringe are projected to increase. 

Geraldine Cheong • 20/10/2020

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Retail Sector Looks to E-retailers and Athleisure to Drive Leasing Demand in 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has driven the prominence of online shopping and led to companies adopting or exploring flexible work arrangements. As such, we see e-retailers and athleisure brands to be significant in driving future retail demand. Amongst the malls that are due to be completed next year are Shaw Plaza (62,700 sf), One Holland Village (76,500 sf), 112 Katong (180,700 sf), all suburban malls.

Geraldine Cheong • 14/10/2020

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Industrial market leads gradual rebound in CRE investment

Investment into Australian commercial real estate continued its gradual rise in the September quarter, with transaction volumes increasing to $6.5 billion, up 38% from the June quarter total of $4.7 billion.

Simon Fenn • 14/10/2020

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14 Stratton Street Newstead sold for $122.5m in two-tiered deal

The Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (ASX: CQE) has finalised a deal to acquire a 100% freehold interest in the site at 14 Stratton Street, Newstead, Queensland, for $122.5 million representing a 4.84% yield. The transaction was completed through a sale and leaseback with well-regarded health group, Mater Misericordiae Limited (Mater).

Peter Court • 09/10/2020

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Cushman & Wakefield completes acquisition of major logistics development site in Nara, Japan

Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Cushman & Wakefield Asset Management K.K. have completed, through two Special Purpose Companies, the acquisition of a large logistics development site in Ikoma District, Nara Prefecture in Japan.

Yuko Okayasu • 09/10/2020

Freehold Strata-Titled 50 Tagore Lane For Sale by Expression of Interest
Freehold Strata-Titled 50 Tagore Lane For Sale by Expression of Interest

Cushman & Wakefield is representing EBC Lifestyle Hub Pte Ltd, a self-storage business, to sell a freehold development at 50 Tagore Lane, Entrepreneur Centre by Expression of Interest.

Geraldine Cheong • 07/10/2020

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Cushman & Wakefield Releases 2020 Global Office Impact Study

Study predicts office sector recovery to be slow, but full recovery expected despite work-from-home trend

Hena Park • 07/10/2020

Grade A Office Leasing Activity Remained Sluggish in Q3 2020 but Some Vacated Spaces Taken Up
Grade A Office Leasing Activity Remained Sluggish in Q3 2020 but Some Vacated Spaces Taken Up

Office leasing activity in Singapore came to a halt in the third quarter of 2020 despite the circuit breaker easing into Phase 2 in the middle of June. 

Geraldine Cheong • 06/10/2020

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