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The Philippines is one of the most attractive hubs for developers and investors, particularly in the office and retail sectors. The country has maintained its good position and is constantly improving, heading towards an even better worldwide standing.
The report analyses the area of logistics for 2017. In addition to the main market data, the study reflects how e-commerce, a focal point of the report, has not only promoted the take-up of logistical surface area, but is also changing the space of the facilities.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our Consultancy and Research expertise and features a selection of our showcase consultancy works from around the world.
Quarterly report aimed exclusively at occupiers, it provides easy access to core real estate market data covering major global office markets.
Knight Frank France is launching “Inside Out”, a new series of publications dedicated to the latest retail trends and their impact on the property market. Two editions will be released each year, ahead of SIEC and MAPIC, the key events for French and international players in the retail property mark
The research analyzes the commercial real estate market in Poland.
An insight into the Birmingham property market, covering all the latest commercial and residential trends. This report also includes opinion and intelligence from Knight Frank teams working in the Birmingham market, including development hotspots and predictions for the years ahead.
Analysis of the main logistics market indicators, occupier and investment, in Q3 2017.
A quarterly report providing accurate and comprehensive information for occupiers, developers and investors with exposure to the M25 office market. The report provides an overview of the development of the office market alongside quarterly supply and demand data and local market commentary.
Analysis of the main office market indicators, occupier and investment, in Q3 2017.
This report provides an insight into the basic trends across the Greater London and Western Home Counties industrial market in H1 2017.
In depth insights on key trends in the Office sector.
Spanish economy above the euro area and upward forecasts in the occupier markets in Madrid and investment markets in Madrid and Barcelona.
The rise of activity based / agile working and the more recent phenomenon of coworking have been two of the most prolific changes to workplace design over the past five years. In Australia, coworking has gathered significant momentum over the past three years.
Coworking and space - what does it mean? what will be the impact on corporate real estate?
A quarterly update providing the latest news, views and a focused analysis of specific real estate markets in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the transaction trends and yields behind it.
An overview of office market activity in Leeds and Sheffield.
Knight Frank's biannual Germany Report provides an overview of German occupier and investment markets, featuring commentary on the key cities of Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich.
Quarterly report aimed exclusively at occupiers, it provides easy access to core real estate market data covering European office markets.
The M25 Report is a comprehensive study of the South East office market from inception to future prospects. The report considers both location and the changing needs of the occupier. Through expert opinion and analysis, it identifies market hotspots and offers insight into influential trends.
Compelling market fundamentals have brought global student housing specialists to Dublin, helping to alleviate the prevailing undersupply. This report explores how the market is likely to unfold over the coming years.
Under The Eye’ is the study of a hot topic set to have an impact on our real estate markets. For this second issue, we have taken a look at the potential effects of Brexit.
Knight Frank Cambodia’s half yearly commercial and residential report provides key market updates for H2 2016, looking at current market conditions in terms of supply and demand, pricing, and future market prospects
If the capital is to achieve its full potential, London’s property industry must keep pace with an expanding economy and rising population. For London to maintain its pace of growth, we must expand the frontier of what is considered Central London, and do so on an ambitious scale.