Looking for an office to rent? We offer tailored lease advice, which can help improve your operations, reduce overheads and maximise your return on investment. We work in partnership with you to understand your commercial property requirements; your brand and your ambitions, reviewing and providing advice that best meets your needs.
Representing high-profile national and international tenants, we specialise in the lease and sale of commercial real estate across the G.C.C. We act as a single point of contact, ensuring seamless communication between real estate owners and occupiers (tenants), when searching for commercial property to rent or lease.
For your commercial office leasing requirements, we act as your tenant representation agent providing:
Through our alliance with US based Newmark Knight Frank, our Global Corporate Services team provides strategic consulting, lease administration, transaction, estate and facility management services to organisations that require globally coordinated commercial real estate services.
Our global team includes experts in all facets of real estate as well as process specialists, and IT consultants. We ensure smooth governance, detailed planning and excellent implementation to deliver an optimised, efficiently run portfolio.
We support our clients at every phase of owning or occupying a commercial property; from planning, design, construction and initial occupancy to on-going, cost effective operations and management, downsizing and future expansion.
We enable organisations to fully or partially outsource their real estate to one of our global specialists; who can analyse and scenario plan all aspects of a portfolio, including:
Clients include Boeing, Nokia, Cummins, Dow, Cameron, Arrow, Fragomen and ENI
Knight Frank offers a range of office agency services for all commercial property:
Comprehensive national and international market research provides our clients with the most accurate information, leading to improved operations and intelligent business and investment strategies across their real estate portfolio. We believe in understanding the market and making decisions for the future is paramount.
Our research led approach benefits our clients to make the right commercial real estate decisions in an evolving market.
While most hospitality markets in the GCC are driven by traditional demand supply mechanics, Makkah – for which religious visitation makes up the majority of demand – works slightly differently, with government quotas and capacity constraints determining tourist flows. In terms of Hajj visitation, a variety of factors have affected tourist numbers between 2013 and 2016, but the past two years have been far more positive. During this period, Hajj visitation exceeded the 2.3 million mark in consecutive years for the first time since 2012.
Looking at the real estate market performance in 2018, the general trend for Saudi Arabia is that most sectors have remained subdued as highlighted by lower activity levels, while occupancy levels have been under pressure across most asset classes leading to a gradual softening of rents.