February 27th, 2013, Beijing —Having enjoyed a peak period of three years, Beijing’s premium office building market has entered an adjustment period marked by a drop in leasing transactions and declining rental growth rates. These sudden changes have shifted the market’s focus to questions about the future of premium office space in Beijing, including upcoming rental trends and the implications of these recent fluctuations on supply-demand relations. In response, CBRE Research recently published the report “Where Next for the Beijing Office Market”, in which the company’s team of market experts provides sharp insight into this volatile market.
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