Our dedicated teams of experienced advisors and negotiators can assist you in your search for office space for rent in Dubai. We seek to minimise leasing costs and occupancy risks while maximising workplace flexibility and productivity.
The United Arab Emirates city-state of Dubai is a unique destination that has emerged as a leading regional commercial hub with state-of-the art infrastructure and a world class business environment. A host to a diverse range of businesses and industries, Dubai offers a large variety of office space to lease.
Acting for high-profile owners and occupiers, which include multinationals, financial corporations, law firms and media companies, Knight Frank provides real estate services for all commercial matters relating to leasing, occupation, relocation, expansion or consolidation, lease renewal/restructuring and rent review negotiations.
Our experts also offer advice and assistance with all elements incidental to real estate transactions in Dubai - from financial analysis and modelling, to fit-out co-ordination and space planning.
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.