Published at: 2016-03-14 06:44 | Author: CIJ Netherland
The Dutch office market begins 2016 on a more positive note than that of 2015 as improvements in the economic climate filter down to the real estate sector and bolster occupier activity – particularly evident across the second half of 2015.
On the back of more positive economic projections business confidence has improved and this has triggered a pick-up in corporate activity. As usual Q4 recorded a strong performance pushing annual take-up figures ahead of 2014 levels by between 5%-10%. However, strong regional differences exist with companies focusing on economically dominant regions such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Occupiers remain prudent to cost, and pricing and available incentive packages are influencing factors when tenants...

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