European News

Hardly a day goes by without discussion about property, finance or a major development getting on to the news agenda in some part of the world. This section of the website brings you all the news about Savills from the European region.

Savills: Logistics warehouses in some countries are the only prime commercial assets in Europe offering yields above 5%

Savills: Logistics warehouses in some countries are the only prime commercial assets in Europe offering yields above 5%

21 March 2019

According to Savills latest research, the only prime commercial assets in Europe offering yields above 5% are prime logistics warehouses in markets such as Denmark, Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Romania and Belgium, along with prime offices and shopping centres in Athens and Bucharest and prime shopping centres and retail parks in the UK.

 
 
Two revamped buildings in Mokotów gain a new adviser

Two revamped buildings in Mokotów gain a new adviser

20 March 2019

Real estate advisory firm Savills has been appointed as sole office space letting agent for Innova Work Station (formerly Trinity Park II) and Signum Work Station (formerly Trinity Park III). Cooperation with Savills is part of the property owner’s new leasing strategy for the two buildings to capitalise on the rapid growth of the Służewiec area in Warsaw.

 
 
Savills Tenant School - The largest digital training programme dedicated to shopping centre employees

Savills Tenant School - The largest digital training programme dedicated to shopping centre employees

18 March 2019

Savills in Italy has today announced the launch of its Savills Tenant School online course, the largest and most significant growth programme in its field.

 
 
EUR 230bn - European investment volumes forecast

EUR 230bn - European investment volumes forecast

18 March 2019

European commercial real estate investment volumes are forecast to reach €230bn by the end of the year, which would mean that more than €200bn will have been invested in European commercial property for the sixth consecutive year, according to Savills. The firm notes that this is unprecedented in the history of the European investment market and underlines the continent’s status as a safe haven for investment.