Press Releases – Cushman & Wakefield Qatar

Press Releases

February 8, 2024

New apartment buildings attract strong demand

Doha, Qatar: Following the release of apartments back to the market post-World Cup there was a significant downward correction in rental rates in Doha during the first half of the year; however, residential rents have stabilised over recent months, stated Cushman and Wakefield in its Q4, 2023 Real Estate Market Review released, yesterday during a […] Continue reading

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February 8, 2024

Transparency, robust regulations key to boost property investments

Promoting an environment of transparency and well-defined regulatory policies will play a crucial role in attracting real estate investments into Qatar, an executive of Cushman and Wakefield has said. Johnny Archer, head of Consulting and Research at Cushman and Wakefield, made the statement Wednesday during the firm’s regular real estate ‘Breakfast Seminar’, where he was […] Continue reading

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February 8, 2024

Quarterly Report Qatar Q4 2023: Retail Market Overview

Increasing disparity in performance between Doha’s largest retail destinations and older malls Valero Mall became an addition to Doha’s retail landscape in December, providing 24-hour shopping in Lusail’s Marina District. The largest addition to the retail and F&B sector in 2023 was West Walk – a mixed-use development of restaurants and retail outlets in Al […] Continue reading

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February 8, 2024

Quarterly Report Qatar Q4 2023: Hospitality Market Overview

Record tourist arrivals in 2023 provide encouragement, despite signs of oversupply The National Tourism Councils latest report, covering the first half of 2023, confirmed that more than 2 million visitors arrived in Qatar in the first 6 months of the year. The largest contributor to tourist arrivals is Saudi Arabia, which constitutes 26% of all arrivals […] Continue reading

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February 8, 2024

Quarterly Report Qatar Q4 2023: Residential Market Overview

New apartment buildings attract strong demand from residents looking to upgrade Following the release of apartments back to the market post-World Cup there was a significant downward correction in rental rates in Doha during the first half of the year; however, residential rents have stabilized over recent months. As annual leases expire and new residents arrive in Qatar, […] Continue reading

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February 8, 2024

Quarterly Report Qatar Q4 2023: Office Market Overview

Government entities agree to lease buildings in Msheireb and West Bay Recent months have seen increased activity in the government sector. We understand that in excess of 70,000 sq m of office space across West Bay and Msheireb has either been leased or is under offer to various government entities. These transactions will see the availability of […] Continue reading

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