The Balearic Islands is the third most importantautonomous community in terms of tourist arrivals, after Catalonia and the Canary Islands. The tourism sector is the main economic engine of the Islands. Its good performance, mainly during the last 5 years, has had a very positive influence on other sectors, such as residential, office, industrial and commercial premises.
The CBRE office, which opened its doors in the city in 1997, is located on Alejandro Rosselló avenue, in the heart of the city, next toSpain square.
With more than 20 years of experience in the local market, the Palma office has a team that is integrated into the business fabric of the Islands and connected with national and international companies with economic ties in this destination.
The most active sectors in the Palma office and some of the most outstanding operations in recent years are:
- Residential: commercialization of Es Pinar Residencial, owned by Iberdrola Inmobiliaria.
- Offices: relocation of companies such as TUI, Trivago, Hundredrooms, Iberoservice, LIDL and SM2.
- Retail: search for new locations for Hugo Boss, Zara, Guess and Brownie, among others.
- Shopping centres: collaboration in the marketing of Porto Pi Centro until 2014. Exclusive marketing of Fan Mallorca Shopping until its opening in September 2016.