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Europe Real Estate 2013 examines the varying commercial property market situations across Europe, Russia and Turkey. This reference book provides an overview of the latest projects, trends, research, industry players and developments in the pipeline, as well as offering opinions and forecasts from key scholars and business leaders.
Introduction - Leon Goldwater, Chairman Europe Real Estate (REP)
Cover - The Flame Towers
The section offers an overview on the latest developments and forecasts in the real estate world. Members of preeminent real estate organizations share their visions, latest achievements and take a look at the year ahead.
CoreNet – 2020: The great re-set and the emergence of the super nucleus
CRE – A persuasive case for investing in United States real estate
EPRA – Recent developments and outlook for the listed real estate sector in Europe
ICSC – Macro shopping center trends shape the industry’s future
INREV – Non-listed real estate funds to lead the real estate growth
IPD – Risk, regulation and income: The role of rental analysis for European real estate investors
RICS – The universal language of ethics
ULI – A valuable partner for the real estate industry
Top market analysts highlight the latest trends in the European real estate market. Their detailed examination focuses on the office, logistics, residential, retail, hotel, healthcare, investment/finance and sustainability sectors.
DTZ – Opportunities in European real estate
Panattoni – Trends in warehouses, investor sophistication and market specifics
Patrizia – The complexities of the European residential investment market
Cushman & Wakefield – Changing perspectives on European retail.
Cushman & Wakefield – The impact of currency fluctuations on hotel market values in Central and Eastern Europe
BNP Paribas – Hotel market in Western Europe: Reserved growth with strong fundamentals
Henderson Global Investors – Europe's 2013 real estate investment market
BREEAM – Driving sustainable real estate
Europe Real Estate 2013 presents 32 European countries in an alphabetical order. The description includes national economic overviews and outlooks, an analysis on the commercial property investment markets and a summary of the office, retail, logistics and hotel sectors.
Offers detailed company, project and personnel information for major European players, including investors, developers, asset managers, end-users and associations. Among other dominant names:
Classifies the European real estate companies in the fields of consultancy, development, finance, investment and management.