RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia’s commercial real estate market is recovering following a period of rising vacancies earlier this year as the pandemic drives demand from sectors such as data centers and e-commerce, according CBRE Group, the world's largest commercial real estate services firm serving owners, investors and occupiers.
Growth in pandemic-resilient business is helping absorb the oversupply of office space, according to Andres Cardona, vice president of CBRE Colombia.
With more employees working from home, the vacancy rate in the country’s two biggest cities rose to around 15% in the third quarter from less . . .