Still a safe haven?
Is German office still a safe option for investors when taking into account vacancy rates? Erik Marienfeldt provides some answers
Golden years ahead
Chris Sullivan explains why the next decade will become the ‘Asset Management Years’, and uses the UK office market as a case in point
Asia outperforms the rest
Office rents across the globe, led by Asia, rose during 2011. After such a positive year, where will the markets go in 2012? Barrie David reports
Out with the old
Obsolescence is the biggest threat to the European office market but it will also create opportunities, say Bill Page and Benoit du Passage
Too late for the office party?
Investors flocking to safety are looking to prime office properties. But with prices rising and bidding wars erupting, are these markets already overheated? Stephanie Schwartz-Driver investigates
An escalating sovereign debt crisis has triggered the emergence of an increasingly polarised European office market. John Danes looks at the diverging fortunes of north and south
London’s enduring appeal
The London office sector has been one of the main focal points over the past two years for global investors. Are there still opportunities? Yes, according to Mervyn Howard and Scott Rowland
The definition of prime in European office markets currently lack any explicit reference to sustainability. Lesley Atkinson-Baldwyn, Sarah Sayce and Judy Smith ask: Will green become a prime colour?
Still playing safe
Opportunities abound in office markets around the world but are some already becoming overpriced? The preference is still for quality as economic uncertainty persists, says Lynn Strongin Dodds
Office lights shining
Office markets in Singapore, Sydney and Shanghai offer particularly good prospects for investors, says Charlie Huang
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