Broll East Africa has appointed two executives to Head Research and Occupier Services in the region.
Although there is increased demand for space from international occupiers across Sub-Saharan Africa, these occupiers are looking for smaller but high quality floor spaces.
Over the last two years, Kenya’s retail market has seen the opening of new shopping centres countrywide taking the retail GLA across the country to just over 760,000m2.
One of Africa’s leading property services firm serving the investor and occupier markets in the continent, Broll Property Group secured property management business valued over R35 billion in the last six months.
One of Africa’s leading property services firm, Broll Property Group scooped eight awards in the Euromoney Real Estate Awards 2015.
Rapid urbanisation, population growth and an undersupply of formal retail space continue to drive growth in the retail sector across Sub-Saharan Africa.
With an increased focus on Africa from multinational occupiers, the key trends of portfolio optimisation, flexibility and improved utilisation form part of a specialised real estate service for corporates.
Group CEO of the Broll Property Group today announced the executive appointments of Gordon Bell as Director for Broll Africa operations in East Africa, and Brad Gee, as Managing Director of Broll Kenya with effect from 1 July.
According to a recent CBRE Global Investor Intentions Survey 2015, 53% of global investors plan to increase their investment purchases this year.