Costa Rica: Growth in Commercial Real Estate in September 2016

The total inventory of square meters of property for commercial use grew by 15% in the last twelve months.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

From the report "Commercial Real Estate Market - September 2016" by Colliers Costa Rica:

Market Overview 
Over the past year, the commercial property market has increased its inventory by 15.04%. The entry on the market of commercial property such as City Mall, and some Expreso Desamparados and some Lifestyle Center buildings, have marked a commercial turning point, which has generated negative and positive results, respectively.  

Market Development  
Supply: The increase consists largely in property of the Regional Center type, however the entry of the mixed use Terrazas Lindora is also part of it, as well as the development of existing projects in stages. 

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At the close of the quarter, there was an increase in the total inventory with the new supply of 53,067 square meters of rentable offices.

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In the first five months of the year the number of square meters approved for construction of new buildings decreased by 9.5% compared to the same period in 2013.

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