The latest report, "Workplace Ecosystems of the Future", uncovers agreement among leaders, including investors with just under $900B in assets under management, occupiers representing $574B in annual revenue, and business improvement district (BID
Research "Last Link: Quantifying the Cost"
Demographic Shifts 2030
We are entering a decade of seismic demographic change.
Future of coworking
In 2019, Cushman & Wakefield partnered with CoreNet Global, a worldwide association of corporate real estate executives, to survey more than 550 key commercial real estate (CRE) executives at organizations around the world.
Manufacturing Risk Index 2019
Cushman & Wakefield’s Manufacturing Risk Index 2019 scores each country against 20 variables that make up three final weighted rankings which cover conditions, cost and risk.
Global Investment Atlas 2019
Real estate transaction volumes in 2018 were the strongest on record reaching US$1.75 trillion; a 4% year-on-year (y/y) growth and surpassing previous highs of US$1.68 trillion in 2017, according to new data from global real estate services firm C
Main Streets Across the World
Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay Returns to the Top as World’s Most Expensive Retail Street
New York’s Upper 5th Avenue slips to second after significant rental decrease.
Winning in Growth Cities
Cushman & Wakefield’s ‘Winning in Growth Cities’ report shows Asian investors behind 18% increase in capital deployed.
Investment Atlas 2018
The latest iteration of the report, published annually, shows the highest level of real estate investment on record with a total of US$1.62tn compared to US$1.43tn in 2016 and anticipates a further improvement in 2018.
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