伊斯坦布爾辦公樓市場創紀錄新高
Istanbul Office Market Hits Record High
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伊斯坦布爾的辦公樓市場在2013年創下了辦公樓市場交易的歷史新高,主要由大型自用交易所主導。

根據高緯會計師事務所(Cushman&Wakefield)2013/2014年土耳其年度回顧與展望報告,去年新登記的開發項目為租戶和投資者提供了近25萬平方米的寫字樓交易。

土耳其高緯環球(Cushman&Wakefield)董事會成員TuğraGönden在報告中說:“ 2013年是完成辦公交易總量的創紀錄年份。” “有趣的是,去年伊斯坦布爾幾乎所有寫字樓交易中有一半是自住的。另一方面,一些較大的公司更願意通過租用優質的B級寫字樓來滿足其空間需求,這帶來了近50,000平方米的面積。新的租賃交易。”

該報告強調了土耳其的經濟狀況,2013年第二和第三季度的增長強於預期。該國的失業率從9.5%上升到9.9%,這是因為建築業和農業部門的總就業率下降了。另一方面,工業和服務業在2013年獲得了份額。

Ümraniye和Kağıthane地區是土耳其辦公市場的替代選擇。根據該報告,最近兩年所有交易中的15%發生在Ümraniye區。同樣,Kağıthane區在伊斯坦布爾歐洲一側是最新興的子市場之一。

在歐洲,Kağıthane的空缺率從65%降至40%,在Ümraniye的空缺率從11%降至1%。亞洲方面的卡瓦基克空缺率從18%下降到6%。 C&W稱,包括馬斯拉克,萊芬特和辛吉利庫尤在內的中央商務區辦公租金中的主要單位價格為每平方米每月44美元,而在亞洲方面則保持在每平方米每月24美元。

2013年,租賃和購買交易總額中有近42%來自銀行業,對保險,技術和消費者服務業的需求也不斷增長。

2013年,大型交易占辦公室交易的一半,其中面積超過10,000平方米的辦公空間需求最大。介於2,000平方米至5,000平方米之間的辦公室佔所有交易的30%。

C&W的報告還指出,購物中心的面積有所增加,因為購物中心的總投資額接近3.1億美元。

最新的評論預測,隨著投資的完成,購物中心的數量將在五年內達到440個。屆時購物中心總供應量有望超過1200萬平方米。

“在2013年,購物中心的總面積達到940萬平方米,並且以每年10%的速度增長,”土耳其Cushman&Wakefield的執行合夥人ToğrulGönden在報告中說。 “隨著供應量的增加,預計2018年土耳其每千人的購物中心面積將達到160平方米。”


Istanbul's office market hit a record high for office market transactions in 2013, dominated by large owner-occupier deals. 

Almost 250,000 square meters of office deals were registered last year, as new development projects offered pre-lease and pre-sale alternatives to occupiers and investors, according to Cushman & Wakefield's Annual Review & Outlook Turkey 2013/2014. 

"2013 was a record year for the overall volume of office deals completed," Tuğra Gönden, member of the Board at Cushman & Wakefield in Turkey, said in the report. "Interestingly, nearly half of all office transactions in Istanbul last year were for owner-occupiers.  Some larger corporations, on the other hand, preferred to meet their need for space by renting prime Class B office stock, which brought about nearly 50,000 square meters of new rental deals."

The report highlights Turkey's economy, with growth in the second and third quarter of 2013 stronger than expected. Unemployment in the country grew from 9.5 percent to 9.9 percent, as the share of total employment fell for the constructions and agricultural sectors. On the other hand, the industrial and services sectors gained share in 2013.   

The Ümraniye and Kağıthane districts were highlighted as continued alternatives for the Turkish office market. According to the report, 15 percent of all deals in the last two years occurred in the Ümraniye district. Similarly, the Kağıthane district stood out as one of the most emerging submarkets on the European side of Istanbul.

Vacancy rates fell from 65 percent to 40 percent in Kağıthane on the European side, and fell from 11 percent to 1 percent in Ümraniye. Vacancy rates decreased from 18 percent to 6 percent in Kavacık on the Asian side.  The prime unit price in office rentals in the central business district covering Maslak, Levent and Zincirlikuyu was $44 per square meter per month and remained at $24 per square meter per month on the Asian side, C&W states.

In 2013, almost 42 percent of total rental and purchase deals were in the banking industry, with strong demand also rising for the insurance, technology and consumer services industries. 

Large-scale transactions made up half of the office deals in 2013, with office spaces larger than 10,000 square meters enjoying the strongest demand. Offices ranging between 2,000 square meters and 5,000 square meters in size accounted for 30 percent of all deals. 

The report from C&W also noted the increase in shopping center space, as the total volume of investment for shopping centers reached almost $310 million. 

The latest review forecasts the number of shopping centers will reach 440 in five years, as investments are finalized. Total shopping center supply is expected to exceed 12 million square meters by that time. 

"The total area of shopping centers reached 9.4 million square meters in 2013, with an annual increase of 10 percent," Toğrul Gönden, managing partner of Cushman & Wakefield in Turkey, said in the report. "In line with the increase in supply, it is expected that shopping center space per 1,000 in Turkey will reach 160 square meters in 2018."

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