BNP PARIBAS REAL ESTATE
With a presence in 32 countries and over 150 years of experience,
BNP Paribas Real Estate delivers deep local real estate expertise enhanced by a robust understanding of global trends and world-class leadership.
Investing in Real Estate
Are you looking for investment opportunities in real estate (office, retail, residential and/or logistics)?
Managing Your Real Estate
We aim to build tenant loyalty and enhance the value of your assets. It is therefore at the heart of our concerns.
Advice for Corporate Occupiers
Are you an entrepreneur looking for a new location for your offices, warehouse, commercial space or industrial site?
Developing your Real Estate
Our specialist teams advise on every aspect of real estate development and planning, combining local expertise with expert knowledge.
European 2020 figures
€30 BNAssets under management
5.8Msq.m transacted in commercial real estate investments
€465 BNworth of assets valued
Our Latest News & Press Releases
CRE 180 - January 2023
The drop in gas prices, the decline in headline inflation and the improvement of survey data in December are giving the impression that for the Eurozone, 2023 might be better than expected. However, it is most likely that in twelve months’ time we will…
Investment in retail real estate in Europe continues to recover with a total of € 44.2 billion invested over the last twelve months
With a total of € 44.2bn invested over the last 12 months, investment in retail assets in Europe continues to rally. This significant increase of +20% is higher than for offices (+10%) or logistics (+17%).
BNP Paribas Real Estate supports medical and charitable initiatives
Among the many causes that BNP Paribas Real Estate supports through its sponsorship and patronage activities, medical and charitable programmes are some of the most important. Helping to contribute to building a more inclusive society, BNP Paribas Real Estate is committed to working alongside local players across Europe.
Conversion, Reversibility and the Circular Economy: 10 key ideas worth remembering
in order to face the growing number of challenges that our world is currently facing, whether that be environmental, social or demographic, the real estate sector must constantly strive to reinvent itself and adjust to new ways of functioning.
What new trends are at the heart of real estate investment strategies?
Although the health crisis of recent years initially threw the real estate sector off kilter, it was able to adapt and bounce back. The situation helped to develop new, so-called alternative assets, while also confirming the central role of ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) criteria.
The e-office: how do offices remain attractive to occupants?
In BNP Paribas Real Estate’s latest podcast series, Real Catch Up, Csongor Csukas Global Head of Property Management, Europe explains how buildings must adapt to the new needs of their occupants.
Why are companies switching to greener urban-mobility options?
In this new issue of Real Catch Up, the BNP Paribas Real Estate podcast that observes and analyses trends in the real estate sector and the city of the future, we will be discussing the extremely important topic of urban mobility. Whether it is to reduce their carbon footprint or to stand out from their competitors, a growing number of companies now offer a wide range of electric transport options.
BuzzWords: Conversion, Reversibility, Circular Economy
The restructuring and conversion of obsolete buildings with a view to recycling, the reversible construction of new buildings to anticipate a change of use and the re-use of materials all seem to be logical, meaningful solutions for the future of our real estate projects and our cities. This new issue of BuzzWords explains these concepts and tells us how BNP Paribas Real Estate is implementing them in its activities.
EUROPEAN RETAIL MARKET: THE RECOVERY HAS BEEN TAKING HOLD
- Retail investment has picked up, with H1 2022 figures the highest in three years. Footfall improved in every European city, and many retailers reported an increase in turnover.
Trendbook Offices: a New Chapter
While companies across Europe have managed the uncertainties linked to the health crisis in a way that has allowed employees to come back to the office, fundamental changes have now become part of our new workspaces. >> Download the Trendbook here