Sublease office space has reappeared in Sydney’s CBD for the first time since 2017 as M&A activity and global economic uncertainty prompts companies to reassess their space.
The sale of a well-recognized real estate complex in Singapore has signalled the strength of demand from overseas capital in the city state’s booming office market.
With investment opportunities at the top end of Australia’s major markets scarce, co-owners are increasingly exercising their right to either take full control of buildings, or influence their future use.
Investors in Australia are increasingly committing their funds to office developments ahead of completion.
Singapore’s CBD is seeing decade-high capital values, driven by strong demand for quality office space.
Skyline buildings comprise approximately 42.0 percent of the CBD marketplace.
Hot spots where companies are setting up shop aren’t necessarily the most expensive.
An increasing amount of evidence is emerging to show that healthy buildings are good business.