“REALLY IN EVERY SEGMENT OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSFORMATIONS TO THE SIDE OF PUBLIC FUNCTIONS, WHICH ARE A MIX OF AN INTERESTING MODERN CONSUMER”
Anna Danchenok, Head of Strategic Consulting Practice in the Real Estate Sector of PwC in Russia, discusses the development of different segments of the commercial real estate market, general trends and the future of development. – Can coworking compete with standard offices? – You know, the coworking market occupies about 0.3% of the total supply in the office segment. And even in the USA their share does not exceed 1.5%. Accordingly, it is probably too early to say that this is a competitor, but I would call coworking an effective tool for filling business centers, which, as we all know, still experience certain difficulties with this. – Now they are opening in large numbers, in Moscow City, for example … – Yes, the average annual rate is about 20-30%. And this is not only in Moscow, it is actually a global trend. Continue reading
MICHAEL BELTON: “WHEN WE DESIGNED THE COMPLEX, UNDERSTAND THAT WE NEED TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE INTERESTS OF TWO CATEGORIES OF PEOPLE: RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES OF OFFICE CENTER”
The international development company Wainbridge is building a large multifunctional complex AQUATORIA on the Leningradskoye Shosse. The total project area is 180,000 square meters. m, the commercial part – 64,000 square meters. m. The project announced a class A business center. On how the company plans to distinguish between the residential and commercial functions of the complex, CRE talked with President of the company Michael Belton. – Michael, tell us how you plan to organize and distinguish between the business space and the residential part in the IFC? – IFC AQUATORIA includes two main parts: a business center and a residential one. Of course, when we designed the complex, we realized that we were pushing our foreheads into two categories of people: Continue reading
The first thing I discuss with my clients as part of an investment consultation on the acquisition of real estate in Thailand is ownership. Often, my clients or do not have any idea about the methods of owning real estate, or this knowledge is fragmentary, obtained from incompetent sources, were incorrectly interpreted, or were intentionally distorted by unscrupulous market participants. To fill the knowledge gap, as well as try to systematize all the information necessary for the investor on the methods of owning real estate in Thailand, I wrote this article.
For an investor in foreign real estate, in addition to profitability, the issue of ownership rights is always an acute issue. The national legislation of different countries is radically different, and Thailand has very specific differences from what a citizen of Russia, Belarus or Ukraine is used to seeing in their homeland. Continue reading