With a remarkable outcome, the Berlin office market remains the leader when comparing take-up nationwide. A strong start into the year (181,000 m²) was followed by a very solid second quarter. At around 338,000 m², the half-year result in the federal capital is only 1% below the previous year's result and on a par with the ten-year average. This clearly puts Munich (234,000 m²) in second place. The high level of leasing activity in Berlin across all size segments is particularly noteworthy. Around 34% or more than 115,000 m² of the take-up is attributable to large lettings above the 10,000 m² mark. Thus, their result is clearly above average and it is the second highest half-year figure ever after 2020 (just under 132,000 m²). Deals between 5,001 and 10,000 m² also remain at a high level, with take-up exactly in line with the ten-year average of 40,000 m². While the leasing activity in the medium size range is currently somewhat more restrained, a clearly above-average result can be reported for the size category below 500 m².

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