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Office & Investment Germany Q1 2011

German office and investment market carries momentum from 2010


Autor: Andreas Trumpp

Reihe: Colliers Marktberichte Deutschland

Anbieter: Colliers International

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  • Erscheinungsweise: Quartalsweise
  • Berichtszeitraum: 1. Quartal 2011
  • Erscheinungsdatum : 01.04.2011
  • Seiten : 4 Seiten
  • Datei-Typ : PDF-Datei
  • Größe : 417,16 kB

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Above average first quarter on the office leasing market. The German markets for office space seem to have finally recovered from the deep downturn in 2009, carrying the momentum that be-came evident toward the end of 2010 into the new year. With only one exception, the office leasing markets analyzed by Colliers International in Germany – Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, and Stuttgart – closed the first quarter with year-on-year gains, some of them quite sub-stantial. Overall, we noted take-up of space totaling 602,200 m² in the six cities, equivalent to an increase of some 6% in comparison to the first quarter of 2010. This result is also nearly 3% above the median for the past five years. After the first three months of 2011, the leading market in terms of take-up of space is Munich, at 154,200 m² and a gain of 12%. It is closely followed by Berlin, with 153,100 m² and an increase of about 31%. The biggest percentage gains were realized in the Frankfurt office market, where take-up of space was up nearly 50%, to 76,400 m². Hamburg (103,000 m²) and Stuttgart (37,500 m²) also recorded rising figures. The only office space market that saw a decline in take-up of space was Düsseldorf, although this development is easily ex-plained. While the same quarter of 2010 was dominated by the Vodafone lease signing (90,000 m²), no comparably large signings were registered this year. Since the end of the recession, many companies have returned to a significantly greater degree of certainty for planning purposes in terms of personnel development, which also gives them greater certainty with regard to leasing of new office space. In many cases, companies have also returned to requests that had been put on hold during the crisis and are now signing new leases based on those requests.

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