Office real estate in Île-de-France
A matrix analysis of the offices market in the Eurozone, conducted by Primonial REIM, clearly shows the depth and liquidity of the Paris market.
The Paris market concentrates office real estate investments with 28% of volumes on average over the period 2009-
2018, while the 4 biggest German cities only total 22% of sums invested. The other major European cities total less than 5% of sums invested. The
Parisian market therefore has the most depth and is the most liquid of the Eurozone, and in this way is particularly suitable for institutional transactions. Furthermore, the Grand Paris offers new investment and value creation opportunities for the coming years, subject
conducting an in-depth analysis of the potential of the territories according to the market cycle. Because there will only be winners...
We decode this exceptional market in our infographic.
With a university education in local economic development, Daniel While began his career as business establishment consultant to local authorities. In 2006, he joined the Institut de l’Epargne immobilière et Foncière as analyst, and specialised in the world of unlisted real estate funds (SCPIs and OPCIs for France).
He is co-author of the book Les OPCI published by Delmas (September 2008). He joined Primonial REIM in 2017, where he held the position of Development Director, then Research & Strategy Director from 2019.
Henry-Aurélien Natter joined Primonial REIM as Research Manager in January 2018. He has the mission of developing the analyses of the Research & Strategy Department on the real estate markets, the economy and capital in France and in Europe.
Henry-Aurélien Natter began his career at Les Echos Etudes (formerly Eurostaf), then at C&W (formerly DTZ), and lastly at BNP PRE, where he acquired solid and varied experience in real estate research, strategy and finance. He is qualified with an AES degree in Business Management, a Masters Decree in management and SME management, and an International Master in commerce and marketing.
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