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The half-yearly publication of the Cushman & Wakefield 'The Netherlands - a National Picture' gives you insights and overviews of the facts and figures in the Dutch office and industrial property market. Besides the supply, demand, stock and rents in the different segments, you also see an overview of the take-up and supply ratio's. As well as the top 10 places with the highest take-up.
If you have questions regarding the report, you can contact our Research team, or one of our Office or Industrial specialists.
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.
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.
The European Coworking Hotspot Index looks at where coworking is likely to go next from London to key cities across Europe. London remains the largest market for flexible workspace in the region, but hotspot cities for coworking demand have been identified across Europe.