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Here are 14 examples of modern cafes that can be found throughout Europe that serve coffee, but also create a place for friendly gatherings and quiet solo moments.


How the mighty have fallen free


The only thing moving in the broad expanse of wheat, colza, corn and beet fields near Paris is a half-empty city bus trundling along a brand-new road. Overhead, the ever-present noise of planes disrupts the calm.


In terms of global investment trends in commercial property, the latest results point to Spain seeing the sharpest quarterly improvement in market conditions.


It is very likely that business deals in the Hungarian investment property market in 2017 will reach last year’s €1.54 billion (HUF 480 million) turnover – predicts the Budapest office of CBRE. 


With 1.9% growth recorded in 2016, the German economy is in fine health, according to a Quarterly Newsletter of La Française. 


JLL's 2017 European Office Investment Perspective is encouraging investors to be more creative in order to access Europe's office real estate markets in the current increasingly competitive environment


UK prime commercial property rental values increased by 0.8% on average in the first quarter of 2017, boosted by the strong performances of Industrials, according to CBRE’s latest Prime Rent and Yield Monitor.


According to international property consultant JLL, with no new shopping centres delivered to the market in Q1 2017, the vacancy rate in existing retail properties in Moscow declined from 7.5% to 7.2%.


A government-led delegation of UK investors and developers are set to visit the Middle East to strike deals with investors as they continue to plough their wealth into the UK post-Brexit.


Despite concerns over Brexit the UK was rated as the most attractive commercial real estate market among investors in the first quarter of 2017, new research shows.


UK buyers have returned to the office property market in the South East of the UK and accounted for 87% of investment turnover in the first quarter of 2017, new research shows.


European commercial real estate investment activity in 2016 was the third highest on record with total sales volumes of €207 billion, according to new research.


According to JLL, just over $500 million of Irish property has traded in the first 3 months of 2017.


According to Savills, the booming tech sector in Paris is fuelling demand for office space, notably in the ninth arrondissement, where it accounted for 21% of the total take-up last year. 


JPMorgan Chase & Co. is in talks to buy a Dublin office building as the bank considers expanding in the Irish capital as one of its options for when Britain leaves the European Union, according to people with knowledge of the matter.


The official start of the UK leaving the European Union has now begun but the latest analysis suggests that while the London office market may be subdued in the medium term there will be a recovery from 2020.


Deutsche Bank AG is in exclusive talks to move its U.K. headquarters to a new building being constructed at 21 Moorfields in the City of London financial district.


Germany overtook the UK as the most active commercial property market in Europe in 2016 with transactions totalling €59 billion, according to the latest research.


According to Knight Frank's latest U.K. Regional Office Market Report, regional office investment was buoyed by overseas buyers in 2016, with international money accounting for 45% of all investment into offices across the ten U.K. cities tracked, up from 35% in the previous year.