valuation France

BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation France has local property experts covering the whole of France, with 11 regional offices valuing assets in: Rouen, Paris, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Strasbourg and Toulouse

As the capital of France’s Alsace region, Strasbourg is a dynamic property market thanks to its growing technology and research industries. Our property experts understand local market and rental values in each of the city’s submarkets. 

Property valuation in Strasbourg

Our real estate experts understand the subtleties of each property market in Strasbourg thanks to market insights from our research and data analytics department.

Understanding property value in Strasbourg

With a population of approximately 760,000*, Strasbourg, known for its cobblestone streets, canals and historic architecture, is a major entrepreneurial centre in France. The city is known for its numerous coworking spaces in the city centre and in the Presqu’île Malraux district. 

As the capital of the Alsace region, Strasbourg benefits from its proximity to Paris (just 2 hours by train) and its border with Germany. Companies have a significant talent pool from which they can recruit thanks to the city’s multiple universities. In addition, its world-famous holiday markets and historic architecture draw 12 million**tourists each year. 

Strasbourg’s residents benefit from an extensive tram service and over 670 kilometres of bicycle routes. Eurometropole, its main business district, is home to over 85 zones artisanal and retail zones; while Strasbourg’s office market benefits from the city’s participation in Alsace’s main business clusters: Alsace BioValley, Véhicule du futur, Pôle Fibres-Energivie and Hydreos. 

Property valuation in Strasbourg’s main submarkets

Strasbourg has a diverse property market, driven by its rich tourism and service sectors. As such, innovation is at the core of the city’s development projects to attract businesses to its various business districts. Office space is scattered across the city, from the city centre to Archipel, a new business district surrounding the European Parlament. Eurometropole is the city’s main business district and is home to one of the largest service sector business parks in Strasbourg: L’Espace Européen de l’Entreprise. Illkirch and Nextmed are districts that have attracted IT companies and R&D facilities. Finally, L’aéroparc d'Entzheim is home to insurance, finance and banking services companies.  

A number of development projects aim to attract occupiers, investors and banks to Strasbourg over the next 5 years. The extension of the tramway in 2018 and mixed-use developments such as Raffinerie de Reichstett, Citadellle, Starlette, COOP and QAI Archipel au Wacken will be completed by 2020. 

Our valuers in Strasbourg understand the trends affecting property value in the city’s different sectors thanks to advanced market knowledge from our Research and Data analytics department. 

 

Our team in Strasbourg:

With over 40 years of local market presence, the BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation France team in Strasbourg has a complete understanding of the Strasbourg property market and its potential in the coming years. With the help of our dedicated Research and Data Analytics department, we can guide you in your property valuations for all asset types with valuable market insights. 

 

*Source: UN
**Source: Investin.Alsace

 

 

 

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