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Innovative leasing deals boost Kenya's office market

Category Office Sector

A creative approach to leasing deals is helping innovative landlords offset the challenges of high vacancies in an overstocked Nairobi office market...

The way in which people work has evolved and so too has their place of work

Category Office Sector

Broll Property Intel, research division of Pan African property group Broll, uncovers how offices have evolved...

Increase in demand for Rosebank offices

Category Office Sector

The changing face of Rosebank attracts a variety of tenants looking for a convenient location and Green Star rated buildings.

Parktown remains attractive for office tenants

Category Office Sector

Large and small tenants are attracted to Parktown offices because of affordable rentals and ease of access.

Oversupply of office space in Centurion CBD

Category Office Sector

An oversupply of office space in the Centurion CBD and Surrounds has resulted in occupiers having higher bargaining powers when signing lease agreements.

Affordable Bryanston and Fourways offices

Category Office Sector

Occupiers looking for affordability and convenient location should look no further than Bryanston and Fourways in Johannesburg north.

Sought-after Century City offices

Category Office Sector

Century City’s continued innovative approach to urbanism and environmental sustainability attracts high-end occupiers and investors alike.

Central Durban office market growing in popularity

Category Office Sector

The Durban CBD and other centrally located office nodes appear to be gaining popularity.

Umhlanga shines as office vacancies plummet

Category Office Sector

Notwithstanding tough economic conditions, the competitive advantages of the Umhlanga office node continue to drive uptake of office space.

Slowing demand for office properties

Category Office Sector

With slow economic growth in West Africa, demand for offices in Ghana and Nigeria has decreased with achieved rentals having declined by as much as 6% in Ghana.

 
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