Corporate real estate in China has experienced tremendous growth since its rise more than three decades ago. Real estate occupancy costs are now one of the top-three operational expenses for a company, and senior management teams are tasked with achieving the most efficient operational strategy for their business. A professional voice is needed to speak for tenants and to represent the best interests of these occupiers.

Chinese real estate consultancy services have been available for more than two decades. The primary real estate markets in China, such as Beijing and Shanghai, quickly experienced a significant challenge when leasing commercial space – often, the real estate broker represents developers and investors, while they are simultaneously representing tenants. After decades of an immersion in this type of real estate practice, which presents a significant conflict-of-interest, we discovered that to simplify the transaction and nurture an objective relationship with our clients, we needed to streamline our priority.

Latest Insights

November 08, 2018

Cresa Expands National Footprint Through New Office and Leadership Hires

Cresa, the world's largest occupier-centric real estate firm, is proud to announce the addition of three senior hires in their newly-established Raleigh, North Carolina and Orange County, California offices. With decades of combined real estate experience, Tim Capps and Michael Hurst will head the Carolinas region as Managing Principals in collaboration with Cresa's already existing team in Charlotte, while Mark Bennett leads as Managing Principal in Orange County.


Vice President

Sarah Wager

Phone: 617.758.6041


Global Operations Manager

Emily Hedeman

Phone: 617.758.6061


How to reach us

Beijing, CN

Suite 1601
Dongsanhuan Bei Road
Beijing, Chaoyang District
Phone: 86.10.6461.2811