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Rental Value of Grade A Office Space in Tokyo

Rental values in the Tokyo office market are expected to fall by 3-5% in 2011 as a result of the slowdown in demand caused by the deterioration in corporate profits following the Tohoku Earthquake, as well as the relocation and withdrawal of multinational companies. The earthquake has also increased awareness of the seismic compliance of buildings with companies moving to Grade A buildings with better seismic design, according to a research report by Jones Lang LaSalle, a professional services firm specializing in real estate.

Riverside on the James

HERNDON, VA- American Real Estate Partners is under contract to buy two office assets in the District’s CBD, CEO Douglas Fleit tells GlobeSt.com, but further details are still come, he promises. Meanwhile, the company is also acquiring two office buildings in Richmond and Basking Ridge, NJ, both of which are new to the company.

Watchdog to hear retail property cases

Business Reporter 31.03.2011
The City Viva

Bangkok property developer Sun Assets Global, a property arm of Nimit Group, is set to fully open its community mall The City Viva on Sathorn Road in May with the target of welcoming up to 2,000 customers per day.

Watchdog to hear retail property cases

The Competition Tribunal will on Wednesday hear the cases of two related mergers in the retail property market.

Commercial property posts strong returns

SA's commercial real estate market returned to double-digit performance in 2010, with a total return of 13.3%, compared with the revised 8.8% (8.7%) return in the previous comparable period.

New mall like Kuningan City in Jakarta will buoy Indonesia's property market in 2011.

Analysts predict that Indonesia’s property sector will improve in 2011, despite increasing inflation and higher interest rates.

Bangkok has the most office space of ASEAN cities

Kanchana Paha Property Report 26.03.2011

Green office building boom in Asia?

Property Report 25.03.2011
Bangkok has the most office space of ASEAN cities

Bangkok contains the most office space of any ASEAN city, including Singapore, according to research by Colliers International throughout Asia Pacific.

Green technology is used throughout the 108 floors of the International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong.

Asia may go through a boom in construction of green commercial buildings as demand for ecologically friendly office space grows, a global commercial real estate association has predicted.

Unveiling Sukhumvit’s Newest Retail Landmark – Rain Hill

Bangkok begins the countdown to Rain Hill – the perfect blend of an unrivalled lifestyle community and innovative eco-consciousness

Raimon Land Presents Vue, a Boutique Fusion Mall Adjoining The River Complex

Luxury property developer Raimon Land has announced the forthcoming opening of Vue, a boutique fusion mall adjacent to The River, its prestigious development along the Chao Phraya. Located by The River’s main road entrance on Charoen Nakorn Road, Vue will be completed by the end of the year, before The River’s owners and tenants move in to their units during the course of 2012.

Impact of Japan earthquake puts property fund in limbo

Graham Ruddick The Telegraph 20.03.2011
Tokyo's bright lights go dark: Many buildings in Tokyo have turned off lights as part of electricity saving efforts to avoid widespread power outages. Photo: AP

Commercial property has become the latest industry to be struck by concerns about a nuclear accident in Japan after a major German fund banned investors from withdrawing money because it cannot value its assets in Tokyo.

Lending to UK commercial property market still limited

Bank lending to the property sector is still limited according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s 2011 Lenders’ Expectations report, which surveys key lenders to commercial real estate in the UK.

Asians flocking to London commercial real estate in droves

East Asian investors are expected to become the biggest spenders in the UK’s commercial property market this year, overtaking buyers from the Middle East.

Investors Prefer German Commercial Property to British Real Estate

The latest report published by CB Richard Ellis suggests that property investors prefer real estate in Germany to commercial property in UK.

Bangkok’s Central Embassy mixed-use complex to boast Thailand’s first ‘ultra-premium’ cinema

Thailand’s largest retailer Central Group recently announced plans to develop a THB13 billion (US$427.4 million) Central Embassy complex on a 9-rai plot of land acquired from the British Embassy.

Hong Kong has world’s most expensive office space

A survey by property consultancy, DTZ showed that last year Hong Kong boasted the world’s most expensive office space, overtaking 2009 leader, London’s West End.

City Development sold its 302 units of Millennium Residence to Lee Don Assets last year at US$165.8 million.

Thailand’s real estate investment market in the second half of 2010 remained buoyant with several major transactions being sealed, according to the latest report from Colliers International.

Last month, CSC shareholders approved its £1.6bn acquisition of Manchester's Trafford Centre, the highest price ever paid for a British property. Photo: Getty Images

Capital Shopping Centres (CSC), the UK’s biggest shopping centre owner, was back in profit on Wednesday, after its property portfolio gained in value and more shoppers flocked to its centres.

An Open Letter To Mumbai’s Commercial Space Developers

Byron Perry Property Report 11.02.2011
 
An Open Letter To Mumbai’s Commercial Space Developers

We are looking at a potential situation in Mumbai’s office space market where many locations are likely to edge into oversupply, with vacancies escalating over the next couple of years. As a real estate professional, one cannot help but observe this state of affairs with misgivings. Can the situation be remedied?

 
 

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