Acquisitions and joint ventures are reshaping the European logistics sector and creating dominant, multi-platform players. Mark Faithfull reports
Roundabout to Allee
Growth in technology, media and telecoms industries has boosted office markets. Mark Callender explores Europe’s burgeoning ‘tech clusters’
Venturing outside the city
As the 18-month decline in capital values draws to a close, there are signs that the recovery in the UK is spreading beyond London. Richard Lowe reports
Large tenants look further afield
The greater Paris market is undergoing a number of structural changes with important implications for investors, writes Antonin Prade
Beyond the main Städte
Germany’s office market has become overwhelmingly competitive. Justin Schubert asks whether value can still be found
Is the future multi-channel?
What impact are online sales going to have on the retail market? Fund managers are beginning to reposition themselves in anticipation, writes Maha Khan Phillips
A decade to rebalance?
What will the office market in Hong Kong look like in 2020? Thomas Lam offers a vision
E-factor boosts logistics
Internet shopping is not only affecting retail. Mark Faithfull looks at the need for logistics centres and ‘dark stores’
A slow recovery in the US industrial sector has finally started to pick up pace. Stephanie Schwartz-Driver reports
Is small really beautiful?
Developers of Polish shopping centres are looking beyond the largest cities. Agnieszka Winkler looks at the fundamentals of a maturing sector
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