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We help tenants to identify and align strategic business, financial, and operational objectives with real estate requirements by providing clients with acquisition, renewal, relocation, or consolidation services.View Full Story
RETAIL MARKETING CONSULTANCY
We give strategic and business advises, including retail concept development and tenancy mix as the base blue print for marketing/leasing of the retail space. We have completed and working on sole marketing consultancy of several major retail developments in major cities of Indonesia.View Full Story
OFFICE MARKETING CONSULTANCY
We lease or purchase all types of office accommodations including multi-tenant buildings, business and office parks, and even mixed-use scenarios.View Full Story
For investors looking to sell or buy investment grade properties or portfolios, we offer comprehensive and research-driven global transaction solutions.View Full Story
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This demographics report takes the perspectives of both real estate occupiers and investors to identify opportunities and challenges by 2030, looking at: aging Baby Boomers, progressing Millennials, the difference between Generation Z and Millennials and the impacts on the world’s cities.
The world’s most expensive shopping streets revealed. Now in its 31st year, Main Streets Across the World ranks high streets worldwide by their prime rental value and reviews global retail trends.
Office MarketBeat is a brief summary of the Office sector in key cities, providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis of the impact on commercial real estate.
How do cities around the world attract commercial real estate investment? Find out in this year's Winning in Growth Cities report.
Joko Widodo announced that the Indonesian capital will be relocated to East Kalimantan, while the centre of business will remain in Jakarta. The idea for the relocation of Indonesia’s capital is not new, having been conceived since 1957 by Sukarno, the first Indonesian president. Over the decades, the relocation plan surfaced intermittently, until the current president Joko Widodo finally confirmed it in August 2019.