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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.
This demographics report takes the perspectives of both real estate occupiers and investors to identify opportunities and challenges by 2030, looking at: aging Baby Boomers, progressing Millennials, the difference between Generation Z and Millennials and the impacts on the world’s cities.
New research from Cushman & Wakefield’s Industrial & Logistics team reveals the last link of eCommerce accounts for half of total supply chain costs. The ‘Last Link’ report unravels the true cost of urban logistics and explains the correlation between the total last link cost and distance to market.
The all real estate sector European Fair Value Index, score was 45 in Q3, up from the Q2 figure of 31, reflecting an improved relative valuation of prime commercial property opportunities across Europe.
The world’s most expensive shopping streets revealed. Now in its 31st year, Main Streets Across the World ranks high streets worldwide by their prime rental value and reviews global retail trends.
Q3 2019 issue of DNA of Real Estate tracks prime rents and yields in 46 cities across Europe, covering the key office, logistics and high street destinations. It has an overview of quarterly performance, and a summary of prime rents and yields for the cities and markets.