In 2019, 2,2 billions euros were invested in commercial real estate in Lyon, making it the second largest regional market in France. This confirms the stability of Lyon’s economic fabric, borne in particular by large-scale urban projects (Confluence, Carrée de Soie, Lyon-Part Dieu and Gerland) and a wide range of commercial property. This represents a significant additional asset for investors.
- Offices: 438 895 sq.m placed (+32%)
- Logistics: 200 843 sq.m placed
- Business premises: 368 022 sq.m
- Lower prices than most major european cities and 30% lower than in the Ile-de-France region
SOURCES : FNAIM ENTREPRISES FÉVRIER 2020
A wide range of suitable properties
Indeed, the Lyon region has expanded its offer with a wide variety of real estate operations across numerous sites within Aderly’s territory. This diverse real estate offer meets the numerous expectations of investors in the Lyon area: commercial offices near the Part-Dieu train station, a logistics warehouse linked to major routes, mixed premises near the airport, industrial and scientific parks, dedicated business incubators, and clean rooms at the heart of the Biodistrict. In addition, Lyon is ideally located geographically, and the city is the perfect size for attracting talent from across Europe, which means setting up in Lyon is an excellent strategic investment. After Paris, Lyon has the second highest concentration of decision-making centres and businesses in France.
An attractive market for investors
Lyon offers some of the most competitive real estate prices in Europe: rents are more moderate than in Geneva, Manchester, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and other major European cities.
Commercial Real Estate (offices)
Business Real Estate costs (Activity and logistics)