Amsterdam,
25
September
2015
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14:50
Europe/Amsterdam

The emergence of the TMT sector; the impact on the Dutch office market

In recent years, the Dutch office market has seen a change in the type of occupiers taking up office space. Traditionally, the financial/business services sector was responsible for the largest share in take-up, but due to numerous factors, this has shifted towards other sectors. TMT (Technology, Media and Telecoms) companies have become increasingly active on the office leasing market and have continued to account for a sizeable portion of overall take-up. In response to the rise of the TMT sector, this report presents an overview of the latest trends in this sector and the impact on the office market in the Netherlands.

In this report, CBRE reflects on the impact of the TMT sector from a commercial real estate perspective. This report has been written to provide more insight into the TMT sector within the Dutch office market, particularly to increase occupiers’ and investors’ knowledge and understanding of the TMT sector’s preferences and behaviour.

To read the report please click on the link in the right column.

 

 

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