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The project implied concept development of the all-season ski resort on the territory of almost 400 ha with the medical, commercial and residential areas, phasing of the project, forecast of operational indicators, formation of the Project’s business-plan and fund raising. One of the key objectives for Cushman & Wakefield Hospitality Team was concept development for the complex, which will perform with the minimum decrease in efficiency during the low season.
Cushman & Wakefield advised WILO RUS on site selection for development of new logictics and production complex. Further the Company was designated to manage construction of the project.
In Spring 2015 Cushman & Wakefield was declared the winner of an open competitive tender on systematization, classification and structural analysis of Moscow office real estate market. The tender was announced by Moscow City Planning Policy Department early in October 2015. The task was to develop assessment methodology for office premises, a database on office schemes and monitoring technology to create the unified data pool that will aid in effective decision-making.
C&W analysed the operational activity results, find weaknesses in the work of the management company and deliver recomendations on increasing of the Net Operating Income of the hotel.
To define stable rental rates for existing properties and real estate projects under construction.
European retail parks have experienced a significant transformation in the breadth of tenant mix and quality of design. This report identifies trends and challenges in the European retail parks market, with a focus on development.
The all-sector European Fair Value Index score was 24 in Q1, up from the Q4 figure of 16, reflecting an improvement in the attractiveness of prime opportunities across Europe.
The latest DNA of Real Estate report finds the pace of yield compression decelerated across Europe’s commercial real estate markets in the first quarter of 2019.
European Shopping Centres: The Development Story provides an overview of shopping centre stock levels and development activity across Europe over the past year. 2018 saw approximately 2.6 million sq.m of new shopping centre space completed, some 28% below the figure achieved in 2017 and bringing the total size of the European shopping centre market to 168.1 million sq.m.
Office MarketBeat is a brief summary of the Office sector in key cities, providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis of the impact on commercial real estate.