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Bloomberg Interviews Henry Chin

Bloomberg Interviews Henry Chin

Henry Chin, CBRE's Head of Research for APAC, talks to Bloomberg’s Rishaad Salamat on London's property market and why it's attractive to Asian investors.

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Bloomberg interviews CBRE's CEO Bob Sulentic

Bloomberg interviews CBRE's CEO Bob Sulentic

CBRE’s CEO Bob Sulentic discusses the company’s first-quarter results and the commercial real estate market with Bloomberg TV.

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CNBC Interviews Frank Chen

CNBC Interviews Frank Chen

Frank Chen, CBRE's Head of Research for China, talks to CNBC's Sri Jegarajah on the top three risks facing China's property market

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The New Era of Green Buildings in China

The New Era of Green Buildings in China

The total area of China green buildings reached 320 million sq.m. by Q1 2015, 154 times the figure in 2008 when the first China Green Standard building emerged. More than 85% of the green area was built after 2012. Green does not mean expensive. The incremental costs for buildings to be accredited China Green Standard are equivalent to 0.8% - 6.1% of the total construction cost in 2013, of which a considerable portion could be covered by government subsidies. With early involvement of green building consultants, a project designed on the China Green Standard can achieve LEED Gold certification with hardly any additional hardware costs.

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New Directions in Office Property

A Census of Occupiers Demand for Shanghai Grade A Office
Shanghai Grade A Office Report

Over the past decade the Shanghai Grade A Office Market has experienced phenomenal growth. Total Grade A office stock grew from 1.26 million sq. m. in 2005 to 5.21 million sq. m. as of 2014. During this period, the overall quality of the office stock has improved substantially along with development of high specification office projects. As regional headquarters for many multinational companies as well as large domestic companies, Shanghai has one of the most dynamic office markets in China. From an investment perspective, Shanghai accounted for close to half of the nation’s en-bloc office transactions in recent years. Contrary to most of the industry reports which focus on the supply-side analysis, this report looks into the Shanghai Grade A office market from a demand perspective, based on our analysis of leasing data over the last decade.

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China Industrial Real Estate​

China Industrial Real Estate​
The Making of New Normal (Part 3)

In the coming years, the growing influence of market factors is likely to lead to more effective use and allocation of land for industrial development. The upgrading of industrial infrastructure, including the transformation of industrial property and facilities, is occurring in concert with a series of economic and social transformations taking place in China. This report focuses on the opportunities and challenges facing developers looking to upgrade their industrial real estate facilities amidst the transformation of industrial parks and industry in China.

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New Directions in Office Property

China Industrial Real Estate​
The Making of New Normal

In the midst of frequent policy updates, China’s manufacturing sector is facing a series of new challenges in the form of the industry upgrade, rapid evolution of domestic consumption and emergence of e-commerce. As a result, industrial real estate, as an indispensable part of the manufacturing industry, is facing significant challenges, as well as new opportunities. What is the impact of these new developments on industrial real estate in China? How should stakeholders such as local governments, manufacturers and real estate developers adapt their business model under the new policy framework? CBRE believes that in the rapidly changing policy and economic environment, industry upgrading, new standards for industrial property development and strategic planning of (business parks) become imperative. A comprehensive and holistic plan and a strong emphasis on operation will become the new normal in the future development of China’s industrial real estate. We will analyze the above issues through a series of viewpoints, focusing on three major aspects of policy update, the transformation of the manufacturing sector and the transformation of the retail sector.

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APAC Real Estate Markets Outlook 2015

Property and Pollution: The Impact of Smog on the Beijing Office Market
Beijing Office Market White Page​

Poor air quality in Beijing has been the subject of much local and international scrutiny in recent years. CBRE recently completed a white paper based on an online survey and a series of interviews with industry experts and office landlords in order to gauge and study the impact of poor air quality on the Beijing real estate market. The white paper, entitled Property and Pollution: The Impact of Smog on the Beijing Office Market, analyzes how the deteriorating air quality will affect Beijing’s real estate market, how occupiers and landlords will respond to this, as well as the opportunities and challenges for the city’s office sector.

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New Directions in Office Property

Hong Kong New Directions in Office Property

CBRE and Daiwa have joined forces to offer a joint view: that Hong Kong’s office sector is poised for fundamental changes resulting from the Hong Kong-Shanghai Stock Connect Scheme. CBRE has, for the second time, lent its commercial property expertise and Daiwa Capital Markets’ financial analysis and forecasting skills to collaborate on a report which gives investors a unique view on the significance of the Stock Connect Scheme and its implications for Hong Kong’s office sector in the coming years.

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