Office buildings in central Tokyo. US investment managers and private equity firms are regaining their appetite for office properties in the Asia-Pacific, says Knight Frank.Photo: EPA
Office buildings in central Tokyo. US investment managers and private equity firms are regaining their appetite for office properties in the Asia-Pacific, says Knight Frank.Photo: EPA

Property investment in Asia-Pacific likely to hit record next year as economic recovery from coronavirus boosts confidence, analysts say

  • The region will see investment volumes grow by a third, largely driven by a re-emergence of US investment managers’ and private equity firms’ appetite for offices, Knight Frank says
  • Transaction volumes surpassed US$160 billion in the first three quarters, according to Colliers, significantly higher than last year and up 14 per cent from the previous record in 2019

Office buildings in central Tokyo. US investment managers and private equity firms are regaining their appetite for office properties in the Asia-Pacific, says Knight Frank.Photo: EPA
Office buildings in central Tokyo. US investment managers and private equity firms are regaining their appetite for office properties in the Asia-Pacific, says Knight Frank.Photo: EPA
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