• EG Global Investor Guide Autumn 2015

    When international markets change they change fast…the EG Global Investor Guide, sponsored by Cushman & Wakefield, provides up to the minute data and insight on the key global investment markets to inform your clients investment decisions and ensure that they are on top of the global trends. 
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  • 2015: Investors Set Their Sights on Stockholm

    At US$ 7.86 billion, Stockholm is the 20th highest city globally for total investment volumes (excluding development sites, from Q3 2013 – Q2 2014) and 4th highest in EMEA according to Cushman & Wakefield's Winning in Growth Cities 2015 report.
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  • UK CEO Digby Flower Bloomberg TV Interview

    Digby Flower was interviewed live on Bloomberg TV in London this morning to discuss the UK real estate market.
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  • Prévoir acquires the building located at 13 rue de Marivaux in Paris from Allianz Real Estate France

    Allianz Real Estate has sold the property located at 13 Rue Marivaux in Paris to Centrale Prévoir.
    The 1,350 sq.m. corner property, in an attractive Haussmanian style, is fully let to 10 tenants and comprises both office and retail space.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield strengthens its Investment team in France

    Philippe Ravoire is set to join Cushman & Wakefield France’s Investment team on January 2nd 2014.
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  • Maille opens first overseas store - C&W advises

    Cushman & Wakefield, the world’s largest privately-owned real estate services firm, has advised renowned mustard manufacturer Maille, a Unilever subsidiary, on its first standalone store outside France.   
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  • Mapic 2013

    Cushman & Wakefield are pleased to once again be attending the MAPIC Conference and Exhibition taking place at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France, from the 13 – 15 November 2013.   
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  • London team conquers 7 towers in 7 hours

    Cushman & Wakefield’s London Markets team successfully completed its epic 7 Towers in 7 Hours charity challenge on Friday, 20 September.  
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  • Cushman & Wakefield awarded property management for World Trade Center site

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has selected Cushman & Wakefield as its site-wide property manager for the new World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. Chosen through a competitive Request for Proposals process, C&W will be responsible for managing and operating all of the site’s common areas including the site’s public plazas and other key operational facilities. These facilities will also include the site’s River Water Pump House which takes in water from the Hudson River, as well as the site’s Central Chiller Plant, which is one of the largest in New York City, and will provide air conditioning to the site’s retail and transportation concourses.  
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