Asian intentions to invest in commercial property assets will remain strong this year with Tokyo being the most active market in 2015.
Despite a slowing Asian economy, commercial property investing in the region is expected to remain strong in 2015 as appetite for prime core assets rises.
According to CBRE, Grade A office vacancy rates in Tokyo increased 1.5 points month-over-month to 5.3% in February 2015.
London's West End is the world's most expensive office market for the third consecutive year, retaining its title ahead of runner-up Hong Kong.
Asian outbound investment in commercial real estate last year was record-setting. CBRE reports Asian outbound real estate investment reached $40 billion.
CBRE has just released a special report on its 2014 Consumer Survey on Japan, focusing on consumer retail shopping trends in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
Economic growth in Asia Pacific will remain ahead of the world average in the coming years.
According to a new report by CBRE Asia, 2015 looks to see continued demand for modern warehousing and logistics space in most markets in APAC region.
According to property consultancy Knight Frank, office space in Hong Kong is more than twice as expensive as prime commercial property in any other global city.
Asia continues to dominate the world's most expensive office locations, accounting for seven of the top ten markets.
Money will continue to flow into real estate from across the capital markets worldwide, but investors should be increasingly concerned about getting caught late in the cycle
Hong Kong, New York, Paris, London and Tokyo retained their positions as the world's most expensive high-street retail destinations in Q3 2014.
This week MSCI announced the IPD Global Infrastructure Direct Asset Index, describing the investment performance of infrastructure investments irrespective of the investment vehicle structure.
Fundamentals are improving across many office markets in The Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe as we head into 2015.