CBRE Architecture

CBRE, with its international headquarters in Los Angeles, is the world’s leading real estate consultancy firm and service provider, boasting more than 70,000 professionals in over 300 countries around the globe. CBRE has been operating in Spain since 1973, where it provides real estate services via 8 offices (Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, Seville, Malaga, Zaragoza and Palma de Mallorca).

CBRE advises clients throughout the entire property cycle, providing integrated solutions that are tailored to each client: Investor Leasing, Valuations, Asset Optimisation, Architecture, Energy and Sustainability, Project Management, Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Debt and Finance, Cross Border, Investments, Global Workplace Solutions and Private Wealth Management. Each of these services are multidisciplinary service lines linked to the Offices, Industrial & Logistics, Retail, Hotels and Residential sectors.

CBRE has been ranked one of the top 50 companies to work at in Spain in the Best Workplaces Spain 2017 ranking. It was also awarded the Euromoney Prize 2016 for the world’s best real estate consultancy. For the third year in a row, in 2013 CBRE was included in the Fortune list of the most admired companies and is the only company in the real estate sector that forms part of the latest Fortune 500 list.

Location: Madrid, Spain
Learn More: http://www.cbre.es/

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