Wednesday, 05 April 2017 12:37

Growth means less in Occupier Services

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.

Published in East Africa
Wednesday, 05 April 2017 11:58

Growing demand for industrial properties

Demand for industrial property in Nairobi is expected to continue rising in 2017 with rental growth rate set to increase by between 8-10%, according to Broll Kenya Market Report H1 2017.

Published in East Africa

Nairobi has ranked 10th in JLL’s fourth annual City Momentum Index (CMI) of the world’s most dynamic cities. It is the only metropolitan in Africa to be listed in the Global Top 30 of the world’s fastest-changing cities. 

Published in East Africa

A two-speed cycle appears to have evolved in emerging economies with some racing ahead and others lagging behind.

Published in East Africa

Hilton Garden Inn Accra Liberation Road becomes landmark deal, with additional signings in Kenya and Nigeria as Hilton seeks to double its presence across the continent.

Published in West Africa

East African governments and Kenya in particular, are now focused on infrastructure delivery and ways to close the most important infrastructure gaps in planning for new cities. 

Published in East Africa

Mara Delta (formerly Delta Africa), the first multi-listed property fund to offer international property investors direct access to immediate high growth opportunities on the African continent outside of South Africa, today announced that it is looking into investing a further US$ 110 million into Mozambique, by acquiring an additional four properties, as well as the second stage development of its Anadarko building.

Published in Southern Africa

Experienced Nigerian consumers are ahead of the curve when it comes to online shopping compared to consumers in Kenya and South Africa, according to the Broll Shopper Segmentation Report 2016 Volume 1.

Published in West Africa

The property and broader built environment sector has an important role to play in Africa’s growth, but it needs to be taken more seriously and prioritised.

Published in Southern Africa

New report sponsored by global law firm Baker & McKenzie finds that the funding gap for African infrastructure narrows to about USD25bn a year.

Published in Southern Africa
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