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  • Research & Insight

    Investment Marketbeat - Netherlands - Q3 2016

    2016 expected to be record breaking with an investment volume over € 12 billion. Read More

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    PC Hooftstraat Report 2015

    The P.C. Hooftstraat is a street located in the “museumkwartier” which is part of the ‘South’ district of Amsterdam. The street is a thoroughfare from the Hobbemastraat/Stadhouderskade to the Van Baerlestraat. In the 1970’s, the street was known as a regular shopping street for the daily needs. However, since then, the image of the street has changed remarkably.


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    Investment Marketbeat Q4 2017

    In 2017 the total investment volume reached a record-high level of EUR 20.3 billion. This is a growth of 40% compared to the previous record of 2016 and an increase of 74% in relation to the pre-crisis record of 2007. The popularity of Dutch real estate is noticeable in all segments of the commercial real estate market.

    It is expected that the investment volume in 2018 will be at a lower - but historically still very high - level than in 2017.

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    Internationalisation of retail

    Whereas a year ago news from the retail sector was dominated by bankruptcies, we have started 2017 with an expectation that the sector will grow by two percent this year.

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    the Human Touch of Hotels

    The Dutch Hotel market has become a serious asset class: an investment category that attracts mainly foreign investors to our country. Traditionally, National Institutional Investors remain reluctant to invest in this sector, which is mainly booming in Amsterdam. Returns are currently higher than in London and Paris. The number of hotels is increasing, as is the number of occupied rooms. At the same time, the possibilities of Airbnb and B&B’s are being reduced, while tourists are more than ever able to find their way to our capital. In terms of number of guests, Amsterdam is in the top 5 of Europe and the top 20 worldwide.

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    Netherlands Investment Marketbeat Q4 2016

    2016 registered a record high volume of € 14.8 billion, as capital was widely available and investors’ appetite was high, while prime yields dropped in all segments. Read More

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    European Retail Park Development

    Nature of retailers changing as new entrants diversify from traditional high street locations Read More

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    European Retail Park Development

    Retail parks stand out as locations of choice for many retailers and the nature of those retailers is changing. There are a number of traditional high street and shopping centre retailers who are testing the waters, trying to understand if retail parks are a viable option in their portfolios, alongside the traditional locations they have occupied in the past (e.g. H&M, Zara, Célio, C&A, CCC, Vision Express). 

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    Amsterdam High Street Retail 2016

    Amsterdam is booming despite the after-effects of the economic downturn of the past few years, which are still noticeable in a number of real estate markets nationwide. The capital city distinguishes itself from other cities in the country and retains its above average performance.

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    nederland-laat-teveel-kansen-liggen

    The Netherlands is missing out on opportunities. Business location criteria, will more than products or services, determine if organisations succeed or fail. This makes the working environments a top priority for all CEOs.

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    To remain relevant, thinking big is a must

    The Netherlands has a lot to offer to the world. We have a perfect business climate, leading universities and an excellent physical and digital infrastructure. Our culture is as open and inviting as it is economically and politically stable, and our reputation as Europe’s best logistical hub is the envy of the world. As a country we offer organisations of every kind a fully comprehensive package. The quality of life seamlessly connects with the services they provide and with the housing, cultural and educational requirements of all personnel. There is no doubt that the Netherlands has an excellent starting position in terms of safeguarding prosperity and economic growth in the future. That said, we will have to let our ambitions run free and avoid being overcautious if we are to prepare ourselves for what the fourth industrial revolution will bring. Our fragmented approach to management prevents the Netherlands from reaping the rewards of agglomeration, and therefore likely from staying relevant in the decades to come.

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    European Retail Park Development

    Retail parks stand out as locations of choice for many retailers and the nature of those retailers is changing. There are a number of traditional high street and shopping centre retailers who are testing the waters, trying to understand if retail parks are a viable option in their portfolios, alongside the traditional locations they have occupied in the past (e.g. H&M, Zara, Célio, C&A, CCC, Vision Express). 

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