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Market yields are expected to see further compression for the remainder of the year.
The worst is already behind us, but rents won’t start picking up until 2022.
Thanks to foreign luxury brands’ resilience amidst the pandemic.
Rents of Grade A1 offices in the area grew 3% from May-July 2021. 
Prime high street rents slipped 0.3% in the same period.
Home sales declined 27% to 5,546 units during the month.
Most hotel operators have taken a long-term approach in the city and will open new sites in the coming years.
Major retailers such as Naiise, Dimbulah Coffee and Manekineko had to shut down their stores.
Less than 20% of the city's office supply obtained green certifications.
Compass Offices and Regus both expanded their spaces recently.
Nearly 7 in 10 of the units sold were in Gurgaon.
Only 200 new condominium units were completed in 2Q21, the lowest since 2015.

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Emerging markets lead REIT performance in APAC: APREA

The Philippines is set to become the REIT IPO hotspot in the region this 2021.

Philippine retailers struggling to rightsize as logistics takes off: JLL

This is following the rise of e-commerce-use amidst long lockdowns throughout the country.

Sinar Mas Land’s ‘Moving Quickly’ a big hit among millennials

The company also saw a spike in interest for high-end projects Nava Park and The Zora.

Flexibility and technology to drive a doubling in leasing activity: Colliers

These are necessary to understand the changes needed in the workplace.

Not everybody can win in Thai real estate: Savills

Discounts and promos played a major part in keeping the market steady.

Smart homes with Japanese-inspired minimalist designs are on trend in Manila

Mixing elements of Japanese functionality and simplicity, Tokyo Grand Renovation is becoming famous for making homes into office-ready spaces.

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Market yields are expected to see further compression for the remainder of the year.
The worst is already behind us, but rents won’t start picking up until 2022.
Thanks to foreign luxury brands’ resilience amidst the pandemic.
Rents of Grade A1 offices in the area grew 3% from May-July 2021. 
Prime high street rents slipped 0.3% in the same period.
Home sales declined 27% to 5,546 units during the month.
Most hotel operators have taken a long-term approach in the city and will open new sites in the coming years.
Major retailers such as Naiise, Dimbulah Coffee and Manekineko had to shut down their stores.
Less than 20% of the city's office supply obtained green certifications.
Compass Offices and Regus both expanded their spaces recently.
Nearly 7 in 10 of the units sold were in Gurgaon.
Only 200 new condominium units were completed in 2Q21, the lowest since 2015.

Exclusives

Emerging markets lead REIT performance in APAC: APREA

The Philippines is set to become the REIT IPO hotspot in the region this 2021.

Philippine retailers struggling to rightsize as logistics takes off: JLL

This is following the rise of e-commerce-use amidst long lockdowns throughout the country.

Sinar Mas Land’s ‘Moving Quickly’ a big hit among millennials

The company also saw a spike in interest for high-end projects Nava Park and The Zora.

Flexibility and technology to drive a doubling in leasing activity: Colliers

These are necessary to understand the changes needed in the workplace.

Not everybody can win in Thai real estate: Savills

Discounts and promos played a major part in keeping the market steady.

Smart homes with Japanese-inspired minimalist designs are on trend in Manila

Mixing elements of Japanese functionality and simplicity, Tokyo Grand Renovation is becoming famous for making homes into office-ready spaces.

Join the Realestate Asia community