Shanghai Retail Property Market Analyzed in New Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com20 Dec 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Shanghai’s office rental prices skyrocketed in 2010, increasing to an average of RMB 7.5 per sqm per day. Buoyed by strong fundamentals (the city’s economy grew by 9.9% in 2010) and a continued influx of foreign direct investment (FDI), Shanghai has the highest commercial rents in mainland China and the 11th-highest in the Asia Pacific region. Year on year, commercial real estate prices increased 20.7% from year end 2009. This year, Shanghai’s average prime office rents rose 2.7 % from the first quarter to RMB 7.8 per sqm per day in the second quarter. Hot areas to locate include West Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road, and Xujiahui, all of which featured vacancy rates under 5.5 % and annual rents of over USD 60 per square foot for 2010.
New research report “China Retail Navigator City Report-Shanghai 2012” worked out by Beijing Retailcn Consulting offers a comprehensive guide to Shanghai’s retail property market. It incorporates the map and general information of the city, economic circumstances, retail property list and tenant list of each retail property.
Title: China Retail Navigator City Report-Shanghai 2012
Published: December, 2011
Price: US$ 11,000
CHAPTER 1. CITY MAP
CHAPTER 2. GENERAL INFORMATION OF CITY
CHAPTER 3. ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES
CHAPTER 4. RETAIL PROPERTY LIST
CHAPTER 5. RETAIL PROPERTY INFORMATION
5.1 - Retail Property Information of No.1
5.2 - Retail Property Information of No.2
5.3 - Retail Property Information of No.3
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Beijing Retailcn Consulting page.
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