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BNP Paribas: Record-Breaking 39,500 m2 of Office Space Leased in Valencia in 2017

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22 March 2018 – Eje Prime

Offices are breaking records in Valencia. The leasing of office space in the Mediterranean city reached a historical high in 2017, amounting to 39,500 m2, according to a report compiled by BNP Paribas Real Estate. Moreover, the good behaviour in terms of demand led to a slight upward trend in rental prices, which are now approaching €14.50/m2/month in the most iconic buildings of the old town, around the Plaza del Ayuntamiento.

“Since the end of 2013, the final year of the economic recession, demand has behaved in a positive way”, explain sources at the consultancy firm. The activity drivers that have grown by the most in recent months have been the construction sector, together with the services and industrial sectors.

“Demand has not focused on a particular area, given that between 8,000 m2 and 12,000 m2 of office space has been leased in each of the four areas that comprise the market.” In the prime area, 8,300 m2 of space was leased, a much higher figure than the average for the area over the last ten years (3,000 m2)”, they maintain.

“The good results in terms of space leased in recent years, coupled with the lack of new build projects, are generating a considerable reduction in terms of the availability rate in the Valencian market, which, at the end of 2017, decreased to 10.4%, over a total stock of 774,000 m2, which means that currently, there is 80,546 m2 of space available in the market”, conclude the sources at BNP.

Original story: Eje Prime

Translation: Carmel Drake

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