Croisette works with all types of commercial properties. We offer transactions advisory for the following asset classes:
Properties that mainly contain rental apartments for residential purposes. From an investor point of view, residentials are usually divided into three sub-categories:
- Existing rental properties
- Recently developed rental properties
- Ongoing/planned residential property developments
Read more in residential properties.
Properties that mainly contain office spaces leased to one or more tenants. Rarely divided into sub-categories and the investor point of view is determined by other factors, such as location, year of construction, distance to public transport, etc.
Read more about office properties.
Properties mainly consisting of shops, restaurants, coffee shops, gym facilities, cinemas, etc. Retail properties are usually divided into sub-categories, based on the type of retail area they are a part of, as follows:
- Retail parks (Big boxes)
- High street
Properties that are mainly used for logistic purposes, either for warehousing or redistribution and thus they are normally categorized into the following two sub-categories:
Read more about logistics properties.
Properties mainly consisting of spaces fitted for industrial production, reparation garages, smaller warehouses, professional retail units, etc. Usually divided into the following sub-categories:
- Light industrials
- Smaller warehouses
- Heavy industry
Read more about industrial properties.
Social infrastructure (community service properties)
Properties that mainly contain spaces utilized by tenant directly or indirectly funded by the public sector. The degree of special adaption varies heavily in this asset class. Social infrastructure is usually divided into the following sub-categories:
- Elderly care
- Public sector offices
Properties mainly contain hotels and conference facilities, including restaurants and other spaces pertinent to the operations.
Properties mainly containing spaces and buildings that in the short-term or long-term most likely will be utilized for different purposes than today.
Properties that to a great extent have not been developed but will most likely be developed in the future. Land is divided into the following sub-categories depending on how far along plans for development have progressed:
- Detailed development plan
- Building rights
- Other properties
Appropriate for properties that are not included in any of the aforementioned categories.