Each year, we complete thousands of successful assignments – with clients from the gamut of industries.
This volume creates market knowledge that allows us to seize opportunities, speed the business process and create the most thorough, precisely accurate picture of global commercial real estate conditions and trends.
Every day, in markets around the globe, we apply our insight, experience, intelligence and resources to help clients make informed real estate decisions.
We do not exist without our clients – and we never lose sight of this fact.
Hong Kong, Macau and taiwan
CBRE Hong Kong has grown considerably through natural expansion and strategic acquisition since the business—then known as CH Williams—first entered the market in 1978. Today, Hong Kong is CBRE’s strategic regional hub and Asia Pacific headquarters. The office is comprised of more than 1000 Hong Kong staff members, who offer services in Retail, Office, Capital Markets, Consulting, Asset Services, Valuation & Advisory Services, Project Management, Industrial & Logistics, Global Workplace Solutions, and International Project Marketing.
CBRE Taiwan was established in 1990. The office has since received a number of accolades recognizing its position as the leading advisor in commercial real estate, including The Best Property Consultancy in Taiwan by The International Property Awards in 2013 & 2014.
In Macau, CBRE’s presence has grown through a strategic alliance with Macau-based company, Ambiente Macau Ltd. Ambiente’s local experts have provided practical advice and guidance to CBRE since 2013.
CBRE is constantly looking for opportunities to strengthen and expand our services to best meet the diversified needs of our clients. Most recently in 2015, we completed the acquisition of Johnson’s Controls, Inc’s (NYSE: JCI) Global Workplace Solutions business. Global Workplace Solutions is a market-leading provider of enterprise facilities management solutions for global corporations and other large occupiers of commercial real estate.
In 2011, CBRE completed the acquisition of ING Group’s real estate investment management business (ING REIM), with the Asian headquarters of the newly combined business based here in Hong Kong. In the same year, CBRE also acquired Property One, a commercial property management and consultancy services firm, to expand the existing Asset Services team.