Key economic driver in 2013 was the 21% growth of the automotive production - which alone was responsible for 25% of the Hungarian industrial output.
The 10,800 sq m built-to-suit (BTS) shed for DHL was delivered in the Budapest Airport Business Park in late 2013. Looking ahead, East Gate Business Park will expand by 10,800 sq m due to a BTS for GE Gas&Oil in H1 2014.
Demand for industrial space was very modest during the first three quarters of 2013. However, take-up in Q4 with 87,800 sq m was the largest since late 2008. Still vacancy rate increased to 21.7% by end 2013.
Headline rents decreased by some 5%, going as down as EUR 2.75 in some big-box schemes. Highest rents still reach EUR 4.25-5.00 in prime city logistics schemes.
Budapest is one of the cheapest office destinations in Central-Europe and has started to attract global companies again. Availability in the capital varies by geography and quality and is sufficiently large enough to meet various occupational requirements.
Office markets in countryside locations are restricted to big-box schemes in industrial parks or to second-hand office space of small unit size and low quality. Pipeline in Debrecen will improve the quality of the stock.
Headline rents start from EUR 8.0 in Non-Central locations in Budapest and range to EUR 12.5 and EUR 20.0 in Central and Prime locations, respectively. Office prices in Debrecen and Györ are quoted from EUR 5.0.
A kereskedelmi ingatlanpiac globális vezetője
A CBRE az ingatlanszolgáltatások piacvezető szakértőjeként szolgálja ügyfeleit Európában, Közel-Keleten és Afrikában egyaránt.