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Property Report Office Market Germany 2012


Reihe: BNPPRE Property Report

Anbieter: BNP Paribas Real Estate (BNPPRE)

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  • Erscheinungsweise: Jährlich
  • Berichtszeitraum: Jahr 2012
  • Seiten : 48 Seiten
  • Datei-Typ : PDF-Datei
  • Größe : 3,53 MB
  • Sprache(n) : Englisch

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Office space take-up almost 18 % higher – Third-best result ever registered

In 2011, turnover of office space in the nine most important German office locations – Berlin,
Cologne, Düsseldorf, Essen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart – totalled around 3.67 million m². That was almost 18 % higher than the already good prior-year result.

Take-up grows in almost all locations

  • The biggest take-up was once again posted by Munich, with 883,000 m² (+ 47 %), giving the city its second-best result of all time. The same applies to second-placed Berlin, with 550,000 m² (+ 7 %).
  • Two other cities also reported turnover in excess of half a million square metres: Hamburg, with 536,000 m² (+ 6 %) and Frankfurt, with 525,000 m² (+ 2 %).
  • Only Düsseldorf recorded a year-on-year decline; its take-up, of 362,000 m², was 5.5 % lower than in 2010, but that year's total was heavily influenced by the out-of-the-ordinary Vodafone D2 deal (90,000 m²).

Aggregate supply continues to fall

  • The downward trend in the overall supply of office space continued in 2011, with the total falling by nearly 6 % in the course of the year to 9.5 million m² at present.
  • Vacancy has also declined appreciably; at 8.7 million m², it is now 5 % lower than at the end of 2010.
  • Considerably sharper was the reduction in the volume of modern vacant premises, with a year-on-year fall of 14 % to 2.57 million m².

Upward trend in top rents

  • The strong demand, combined with shrinking supply, particularly in the market segment of modern premises, has led to a general upward tendency in the rents for high-grade office units.
  • This is reflected for instance in the development of prime rents: viewed across all locations, they rose by an average of 3 % in 2011.

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