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LATAM 2018/19

EDITION


CONTENTS

5

WELCOME

7

INTRODUCTION

8

CBRE LATAM IN NUMBERS

11

MARKET OVERVIEW

14

ASSUMPTIONS

16

LAYOUTS


FIT OUT COST GUIDE

18

SPECIFICATIONS

22

28 COMPARATIVE FIT OUT COST PER COUNTRY

COST BENCHMARKING PER CITY

30

LOCATIONS AND CONTACTS

44 COMMON DATA ANALYSIS

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WELCOME

I’m pleased to present our latest LatAm FitOut Cost Guide, which covers 5 countries with their cities, produced by CBRE’s Project Management regional team.

SERGIO PANERO Senior Managing Director Project Management Latin America Region

Latin America is an attractive region for growth, so our clients are constantly looking for better ways to expand their operations, and more specifically building offices to guarantee their strong presence. As the best partners in Project Management services, CBRE is uniquely qualified to support our clients to make the best decisions for their projects in each market. A common question we receive is: "How much will my new office cost?" No matter the budget or expectations, it's imperative answer this question, as it is the first step in any project; our clients need to know comparable costs and metrics to do it. Therefore, this CBRE Cost Guide for Corporate Interiors was created to provide key data as a background in the planning state of every new project. In addition, we want to present this as a reflection of CBRE Project Managent’s capabilities and showcase our role inside our client’s projects as a partner focused on their benefits.

Along with other some regional partners, CBRE has produced a typical design for 1.000 square meters fit-out suitable for Latin America markets. Using our local Project Management teams to benchmark different scenarios in each market, gathering project cost information for identical spaces in each location. While not all projects have the same characteristics, this guide delivers an accurate cost metric for Basic, Medium and High Standard specifications, allowing our clients to make approximate comparisons between very diverse options. This year, we presented the data per city, because we understand that due the extension of the region and other features, the market may oscillate by many different ranges. CBRE Latin America team is proud to make this tool available for our clients. We will periodically update this publication to keep our clients abreast of changing market conditions. As always, we appreciate the critical input you may have in making this tool more valuable.

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INTRODUCTION

Due to the CBRE Cost Guide's main objective of offering the most accurate landscape of the current market in our region, we've included some improvements during the data gathering and analyzing process for this edition. This data gathering process involved a benchmark of our previous projects located by city, one of the new assets for this year, versus the data provided by some of our partners. These specifications have been priced by our local Project Management teams across the region and are categorized broadly into three scenarios - basic, medium and high-, each one associated with the corresponding budget that helps to estimate the level of investment an organization would require in future similar projects. JUAN ESTEBAN ZABALA ALZATE Project Management Operations Director Latin America Region

To understand the previously mentioned options, we have issued the design and specifications to offices throughout LATAM including the following: • Fit-out cost (professional fees, construction and Furniture Fittings & Equipment) • An indication of Project delivery time • Expected inflation over the next 12 months • Local Taxes • Most common practices in the region • Latest trends We hope this tool will help our clients take advantage when planning future projects and understand the value that CBRE is able to provide.

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CBRE LATAM IN NUMBERS FIT OUT COST GUIDE

PROVIDING SERVICES IN LATIN AMERICA SINCE 1979

PROOF POINTS

CBRE offices in

9 countries

13 Countries with legal entity

3,475 Employees

MEXICO 1,220+ Employees 92 Brokers 190 Project Managers 7 Consulting Professional 680+ FM Professionals

250+ Advisory & Transactions professionals

90 Clients, 2017

64.2 MSF+ Managed in transactions, 2017

PANAMA 60+ Employees 28 Brokers 10 Project Managers 25 FM Professionals

13.6 MSF+

255+

Under management in Project Management, 2017

Project Management professionals

420+ Facility Management sites under management, 2017

PERU 40+ Employees 4 Project Managers

CHILE

6

1,950+

57.3 MSF+

50+

Facility Management professionals

Under management for Facility Management, 2017

Consulting professionals

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355+ Employees 15 Brokers 5 Consulting Professionals 8 Project Managers 185+ Property Management Professionals 55+ FM Professionals


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LATIN AMERICA OVERVIEW

SAMPLE CLIENTS

COSTA RICA 40+ Employees 1 Project Manager

COLOMBIA 85+ Employees 5 Brokers 7 Project Managers 5 Consulting Professional 45+ FM Professionals

VENEZUELA 40+ Employees 19 FM Professionals 4 Project Managers

BRAZIL 1,030+ Employees 140+ Advisory & Transactions Professionals 50+ Project Management Professionals 15+ Consulting Professionals 800+ FM Professionals

ARGENTINA 200+ Employees 5 Brokers 9 Project Managers 1 Consulting Professional 165+ FM Professionals

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BENCHMARK ASSUMPTIONS To homologate criteria in the different markets within the region, and considering construction implications the following general assumptions emerged:

The building is A class in Shell Space conditions and is located in the central business district. This analysis was made with data gathered up to July of 2018 and reflects both the inflation rates and the exchange rates corresponding to each country at that moment in time.

Premises are in good condition and have all necessary infrastructure (suitable baseline requirements of HVAC and power supply, etc)

Design is generic, local regulations, specific space planning and cultural differences both country and industry related, have not been considered

This guide does not consider shape variations of the building which may impact fit factors

NEW

FF&E is new, no reuse considered

Ordinary timetable for construction works has been contemplated

If the scope of your requirements varies significantly from the design information included in this report, please do not hesitate to contact the Project Management team locally

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LAYOUT This guide includes general arrangements of a traditional office floor plan of 1.000 sq m usable area. This layout is compatible with three specifications levels of basic, medium and high as outlined in the following pages.

TRADITIONAL SPACE DESIGNATION

AREA NET (SQM)

WORKSTATIONS

Open plan desks

299

47

Desks in shared Room

85

12

Private offices

133

7

Meeting rooms

146

7

Informal meeting spaces

18

2

Tea point

14

Support space

51

Reception

42

Circulation space

212

Net Area (Usable) sqm

1,000

75

AGILE SPACE DESIGNATION

AREA NET (SQM)

WORKSTATIONS

Open plan desks / benches

365

70

Study pods (open plan)

70

14

Meeting rooms

110

8

Quiet rooms

24

4

Informal meeting spaces

44

4

Coffee lounge

60

5

Recreation room

10

Support space

35

Reception / lunge

70

Circulation space

212

Net Area (Usable) sqm

1,000

105

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BASIC SPECIFICATION FIT OUT COST GUIDE

LOW SPECIFICATION GUIDE

LOBBY/RECEPTION • Vinyl tiling floors at lobby, reception area. Client facing corridor with Carpet tiles • Wall graphics to accent walls in the reception/lobby area • Painted walls on public facing corridors • Off-the-shelf reception desk using wood and glass finishes • Integrated lighting throughout public areas

CLIENT AREAS • Single Laminated glazing fronts on aluminum frames with full height veneer doors • Acoustical paneling with fully integrated AV presentation equipment • High end broadloom carpet, fabric shades and window black outs • Dimmable lighting controls for integrated lighting • Mineral tile ceilings with acoustical tile inserts

OPEN AREAS • Multi-switching lighting controls throughout open areas • Carpet tiles to the floor and standard ceiling grid • Interior offices with standard aluminum glazing system and painted wood doors • Mineral tile ceilings at interior corridors, with recessed lighting and linear diffusers • Off-the-shelf millwork at cafeteria with plastic laminate surface countertops and tile backsplash

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Open Plan Office


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Coffee Point

Meeting Room

Reception

Collaborative Working

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MEDIUM SPECIFICATION FIT OUT COST GUIDE

MEDIUM SPECIFICATION GUIDE

LOBBY/RECEPTION • Ceramic tile floors reception area and carpet to client facing corridor • Full height wall graphics on vinyl to accent walls in the reception/lobby area • Painted wall on public facing corridors • Custom reception desk using wood and glass finishes • Integrated lighting throughout public areas

CLIENT AREAS • Single Laminated glazing fronts on aluminum frames with full height veneer doors • Moveable walls in hardwood veneer • Medium end broadloom carpet, fabric shades and window black outs • Dimmable lighting controls for integrated lighting • Drywall ceilings with acoustical tile inserts

OPEN AREAS • Multi-switching lighting controls throughout open areas • Carpet tiles to the floor and standard ceiling grid with high acoustical rating tiles • Interior offices with narrow line aluminum glazing system and framed glass doors • Ceiling tiles at interior corridors, with recessed lighting and linear diffusers • Custom millwork at cafeteria with resin surface countertops and back painted glass backsplash

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Open Plan Office


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Coffee Point

Meeting Room

Reception

Collaborative Working

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HIGH SPECIFICATION FIT OUT COST GUIDE

HIGH SPECIFICATION GUIDE

LOBBY/RECEPTION • Imported stone floors on reception area and high end carpet to client facing corridor • Full height wall graphics on vinyl to accent walls to reception • Custom acoustic or featured paneling to public facing corridor • Custom reception desk using stone, metal and wood finishes with integrated • Specialized integrated lighting throughout public areas lighting

CLIENT AREAS • Double glazed meeting room fronts with full height veneer doors • Moveable walls in hardwood veneer • Wool broadloom carpet, full height fabric shades and window black outs • Scene setting lighting controls with an integration to the AV systems

OPEN AREAS • Dimmable lighting throughout open areas • High end carpet tiles to the floor • Interior offices with narrow line aluminum and double glazing systems and full height glass doors • Metal plank ceilings at interior corridors, with recessed lighting and linear diffusers • Custom millwork at cafeteria with resin countertops and natural stone backsplash

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Open Plan Office


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Coffee Point

Meeting Room

Reception

Collaborative Working

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COMPARATIVE FIT OUT COST BY COUNTRY

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ARGENTINA Buenos Aires & Cordoba

TRADITIONAL FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

CORDOBA

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

85

100

100

140

>

140

HARD COST

490

585

585

1,140

>

1,140

FURNITURE

160

250

250

285

>

285

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

735

935

935

1,565

>

1,565

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

12%

11%

9%

HARD COST

66%

62%

73%

FURNITURE

22%

27%

18%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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BUENOS AIRES

COST BREAKDOWN

FEATURES

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

90

105

105

150

>

150

HARD COST

455

542

542

1,065

>

1,065

FURNITURE

225

313

313

460

>

460

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

770

960

960

1,675

>

1,675

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

12%

11%

9%

HARD COST

59%

56%

64%

FURNITURE

29%

33%

27%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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BRAZIL São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba & Belo Horizonte

TRADITIONAL FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

BELO HORIZONTE

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HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

55

85

85

170

>

170

HARD COST

575

625

625

1,430

>

1,430

FURNITURE

160

255

255

290

>

290

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

790

965

965

1,890

>

1,890

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

7%

9%

9%

HARD COST

73%

65%

76%

FURNITURE

20%

26%

15%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

CURITIBA

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MEDIUM

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SÃO PAULO

RIO DE JANEIRO

BASIC

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

55

85

85

180

>

180

HARD COST

520

570

570

1,360

>

1,360

FURNITURE

230

320

320

475

>

475

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

805

975

975

2,015

>

2,015

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

7%

9%

9%

HARD COST

65%

58%

67%

FURNITURE

28%

33%

24%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%


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CHILE Santiago TRADITIONAL FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

SANTIAGO

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

70

85

85

105

>

105

HARD COST

740

840

840

1,087

>

1,087

FURNITURE

120

185

185

215

>

215

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

930

1,110

1,110

1,407

>

1,407

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

8%

8%

8%

HARD COST

74%

70%

76%

FURNITURE

18%

22%

16%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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COST BREAKDOWN

FEATURES

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

75

90

90

105

>

105

HARD COST

720

820

820

887

>

887

FURNITURE

180

235

235

345

>

345

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

975

1,145

1,145

1,337

>

1,337

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

8%

8%

8%

HARD COST

66%

65%

65%

FURNITURE

26%

27%

27%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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COLOMBIA Bogota & Medellin TRADITIONAL FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

MEDELLIN

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

115

150

150

195

>

195

HARD COST

390

495

495

810

>

810

FURNITURE

125

190

190

225

>

225

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

630

835

835

1,230

>

1,230

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

18%

18%

16%

HARD COST

62%

59%

66%

FURNITURE

20%

23%

18%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

AGILE FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

BOGOTA

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BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

120

150

150

210

>

210

HARD COST

375

470

470

770

>

770

FURNITURE

175

225

225

335

>

335

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

670

845

845

1,315

>

1,315

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

18%

18%

16%

HARD COST

56%

55%

59%

FURNITURE

26%

27%

25%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%


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MEXICO Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey & Queretaro

TRADITIONAL FIT-OUT COST GUIDE FEATURES

COST BREAKDOWN

MONTERREY

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

75

125

125

180

>

180

HARD COST

450

545

545

835

>

835

FURNITURE

210

225

225

270

>

270

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

735

895

895

1,285

>

1,285

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

10%

14%

14%

HARD COST

61%

61%

65%

FURNITURE

29%

25%

21%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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GUADALAJARA

FEATURES

QUERETARO

COST BREAKDOWN

MEXICO CITY

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

SOFT COST

75

120

120

185

>

185

HARD COST

435

505

505

785

>

785

FURNITURE

225

250

250

360

>

360

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

735

875

875

1,330

>

1,330

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

SOFT COST

10%

14%

14%

HARD COST

59%

58%

59%

FURNITURE

31%

28%

27%

TOTAL FIT OUT COST

100%

100%

100%

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COST BENCHMARKING TABLE COUNTRY

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

RECOMMENDED

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

TIME FRAME

CITY

ARGENTINA

BUENOS AIRES

735

935

935

1565

>

1565

30 Weeks

BRAZIL

SAO PAULO

790

965

965

1890

>

1890

30 Weeks

CHILE

SANTIAGO

655

835

835

1335

>

1335

30 Weeks

COLOMBIA

BOGOTA

630

835

835

1230

>

1230

27 Weeks

MEXICO

MEXICO CITY

735

895

895

1285

>

1285

33 Weeks

COST BREAKDOWN Capital Costs or CAPEX is classified into 3 major categories namely, Soft Cost (A&E, GC, PM Fees), Hard Cost and Furniture. Depending on the local market, these categories vary differently. However, the graphs below provide a better understanding on how the costs are spent percentually in each location.

18%

20%

26%

63%

73%

73%

65%

11%

9%

7%

9%

22%

27%

67%

12%

ARGENTINA

20%

23%

18%

22%

16%

76%

74%

70%

76%

9%

8%

8%

8%

BRAZIL

18%

62%

59%

66%

18%

18%

16%

COLOMBIA 22

15%

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29%

25%

21%

61%

61%

65%

10%

14%

14%

MÉXICO

FURNITURE

HARD COST

SOFT COST


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GLOBAL FIT-OUT COST INDEX

ZAC ZDRAVEV Executive Director CBRE Project Management Global Leadership & Platform

The global economy began 2018 in its best shape since the Global Financial Crisis ended in 2009. All the major economic regions are growing at or above trend, and economic policy – both fiscal and monetary remains expansionary. Growing confidence has had the effect of continued growth in the office leasing sector, which has seen a rise in demand for different space usage across all regions such as the corporate real estate sector experimenting with the inclusion of co-working space as an example, as well as searching for alternatives to the traditional acquisition, design, construction and operation of office space. The co-working office landscape has yet to be tested over a full economic/real estate cycle, however, the increase in demand combined with occupiers focus on deploying technology and Wellness has seen the introduction of new corporate strategies including increased flexibility and speed-to-market for real estate projects. This burgeoning sector and other market disruptors such as decentralisation create a dynamic construction landscape. From large corporations to start-ups, benchmarking remains a key tool to assist our clients in their decision-making process. CBRE is pleased to introduce the inaugural CBRE Global FitOut Index which aims to highlight the relativity of key markets around the world. Specifically, this index shows the effect on corporate real estate capital planning decisions by reporting the comparative difference of office fit-out costs in 23 key markets across four global regions. This industry leading benchmark data paired with CBRE’s global presence and market knowledge allow us to partner with our clients to provide our expertise and offer the best solutions to achieve our clients’ objectives. The Global Index is a guide only. For budget estimates on specific projects, please contact the CBRE Project Management Division lead from the relevant market who can provide you with relevant and accurate information.

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READY RECKONER / COST DATA TABLE The pricing schedule for each of the layouts in the low, medium and high specifications have been completed using our LATAM cost database and these have been verified with local project managers.

DESIGN, PM FEES AND CONSTRUCTION COUNTRY

BASIC

MEDIUM

HIGH

DESIGN

CONSTRUCTION

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER

DELIVERY TIME

DELIVERY TIME

SQM ARGENTINA

735

935

1,565 +

11 Weeks

12 Weeks

BRAZIL

790

965

1,890 +

16 Weeks

14 Weeks

CHILE

655

835

1,335 +

12 Weeks

14 Weeks

COLOMBIA

630

835

1,230 +

10 Weeks

17 Weeks

MEXICO

735

895

1,285 +

15 Weeks

18 Weeks

FURNITURE COUNTRY

BASIC SPECIFICATION

MEDIUM HIGH SPECIFICATION SPECIFICATION

DELIVERY TIME

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

FURNITURE

ARGENTINA

160

250 +

285 +

10-14 Weeks

BRAZIL

160

255 +

290 +

9-12 Weeks

CHILE

120

185 +

215 +

10-12 Weeks

COLOMBIA

125

190 +

225 +

4-12 Weeks

MEXICO

210

225 +

270 +

6-12 Weeks

TAXES TAX ON CONSTRUCTION

TAX ON FURNITURE

USD PER SQM

USD PER SQM

21%

26%

BRAZIL

15%-20%

15%-20%

CHILE

19%

19%

COLOMBIA

16%

16%

MEXICO

16%

16%

COUNTRY

ARGENTINA

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COMMON DATA ANALYSIS 1000 SQ.M. PROJECT – TIMELINE IN WEEKS 0

10

20

30

ARGENTINA 12 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

VENEZUELA 10 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 24 WEEKS

CHILE 12 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

ECUADOR 12 WEEKS 11 WEEKS 23 WEEKS

BRAZIL 16 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 30 WEEKS

COSTA RICA 10 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 24 WEEKS

CAYMAN ISLANDS 10 WEEKS 12 WEEKS 22 WEEKS

GUATEMALA 3 WEEKS 12 WEEKS 15 WEEKS

COLOMBIA 11 WEEKS 13 WEEKS 24 WEEKS

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40

DESIGN

50

60

70

80

CONSTRUCTION

90

TOTAL

100


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0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

PANAMA 10 WEEKS 14 WEEKS 24 WEEKS

PERÚ 5 WEEKS 13 WEEKS 18 WEEKS

TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS 12 WEEKS 18 WEEKS 30 WEEKS

BAHAMAS 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 28 WEEKS

BARBADOS 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

MEXICO CITY 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

QUERÉTARO 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

GUADALAJARA 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

MONTERREY 11 WEEKS 15 WEEKS 26 WEEKS

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FURNITURE Approximate lead time for furniture deliver.

THE APPROXIMATE DELIVERY TIME IS: CHAIRS Country

WORKSTATIONS

CARPET

Imported

National

Imported

National

Imported

National

Sum of the regular Tax

Argentina

120+

60

180

60

60

0

16%

Bahamas

90

30

90

0*

75

0*

7%

90

45

120

30

70

30

12%

120

45

120

45

120

45

19%

Cayman Islands

60

0*

90

45

90

0*

19%

Chile

45

30

60

0*

45

0*

22%

Colombia

60

0*

90

45

90

60

19%

Costa Rica

60

0*

60

45

60

30

16%

Ecuador

45

30

75

30

60

30

45%

Guadalajara

60

0

45

30

60

N/A

18%

Guatemala

60

0*

90

45

90

30

12%

Mexico City

60

0

45

30

45

N/A

35%

Monterrey

60

0

45

30

120

N/A

25%

Panama

60

0*

90

45

100

45

20%

Peru

75

0*

75

45

60

30

13%

Queretaro

60

0

45

30

45

N/A

30%

Trinidad & Tobago

90

45

90

120

45

0*

35%

Turks & Caicos Islands

90

30

120

60

60

30

16%

Venezuela

30

120

30

45

60

45

16%

Barbados Brazil

*Subject to stock availability, otherwise 60 days

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OCCUPANCY LOCATION

FLOOR OCCUPANCY RATE (square meters per person)

Argentina

8

Bahamas

10

Barbados

15

Brazil

7

Cayman Islands

7

Chile

10

Colombia

8

Costa Rica

6

Ecuador

10

Guadalajara

9

Guatemala

9

Mexico City

11

Monterrey

11

Panama

10

Peru

8.5

Queretaro

11

Trinidad & Tobago

15

Turks & Caicos Islands

10

Venezuela

16

The most common practice to determine

floor occupancy is to have it be dictated by the Municipality in accordance with slab area, floor height and staircase width

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CONDITIONS SPACE BEFORE INTERVENTION CONDITIONS

ELECTRICITY CONDITIONS

Core & Shell

220-240

Argentina

Peru

Brazil

Argentina

Barbados

Brazil

Cayman Islands Chile

Generally delivered to floors at 110–120 volts

Colombia

Guadalajara

Costa Rica

Queretaro

Ecuador

Bahamas

Guadalajara

Barbados

Mexico City

Cayman Islands

Monterrey

Colombia

Peru

Ecuador

Queretaro

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago

Turks & Caicos Islands

Warm Shell

Venezuela

Bahamas

BASE BUILDING ELECTRICITY DELIVERY RATE

50 Watts per square meter

POWER GENERATOR SERVES

Argentina

Both are applicable. 3A Buildings normally offers power generator for common and internal areas.

Bahamas

Brazil

Cayman Islands

Common and internal areas in the office.

Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Guadalajara Guatemala Monterrey Queretaro Turks & Caicos Islands 80 per SQM Mexico City Varies. There is no

Barbados Cayman Islands Colombia Guatemala Trinidad & Tobago Common areas only, including elevator/lifts/escalators. Argentina Chile Costa Rica Ecuador

Guatemala

Generally delivered to floors at 110–240 volts.

Panama

Chile

Barbados

Turks & Caicos Islands

Costa Rica

Brazil

Guatemala

Panama

Mexico City

Peru

Queretaro

Trinidad & Tobago

Depends on building

Venezuela

Bahamas

Monterrey Panama

standard defined

Guadalajara Mexico City Monterrey Panama Peru

Turks & Caicos Islands

Only the 10% of the building in Caracas have power generator.

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HVAC SYSTEMS HVAC Class C buildings

HVAC Class B buildings

HVAC Class A buildings

3

4 4 15

4 8 12 7

Not available Available

Available

Available

HVAC - Class B buildings

Central HVAC chiller system

Not available

HVAC - Class A buildings

Available

Available

Available

Bahamas

Argentina

Argentina

Cayman Islands

Bahamas

Bahamas

Turks & Caicos Islands

Barbados

Brazil

Venezuela

Brazil

Cayman Islands

Not available

Cayman Islands

Chile

Argentina

Chile

Colombia

Barbados

Colombia

Guatemala

Brazil

Costa Rica

Turks & Caicos Islands

Chile

Guatemala

Venezuela

Colombia

Peru

Central HVAC chiller system

Costa Rica

Trinidad & Tobago

Barbados

Ecuador

Turks & Caicos Islands

Costa Rica

Guadalajara

Venezuela

Ecuador

Guatemala

HVAC - Class B buildings

Panama

Mexico City

Guadalajara

Peru

Monterrey

Mexico City

Trinidad & Tobago

Panama

Monterrey

HVAC - Class A buildings

Peru

Queretaro

Guadalajara

Queretaro

Not available

Mexico City

Trinidad & Tobago

Ecuador

Monterrey

Panama

Queretaro

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HVAC is provided

4 7

8 24/7 basis From Mon-Fri, commercial hours. Extra hours to be scheduled and paid by Tenant HVAC is provided

24/7 basis Bahamas Barbados Cayman Islands Costa Rica Guatemala Trinidad & Tobago Turks & Caicos Islands From Mon-Fri, commercial hours. Extra hours to be scheduled and paid by Tenant Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Panama Peru Venezuela HVAC is provided Guadalajara Mexico City Monterrey Queretaro LATAM FIT-OUT COST GUIDE

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LEASE LEASE ADJUSTMENT RATE Chile uses UF as a currency which changes daily responding to inflation.

LEASE PERIOD LENGHT

LEASE ADJUSTMENT RATE

3 years

Annually

Argentina

Argentina

Bahamas

Barbados

Barbados

Brazil

Argentina

Costa Rica

Cayman Islands

Bahamas

Guadalajara

Chile

Barbados

Monterrey

Colombia

Brazil

Queretaro

Costa Rica

Colombia

Trinidad & Tobago

Ecuador

Costa Rica

Turks & Caicos Islands

Guadalajara

Ecuador

Venezuela

Guatemala

Guadalajara

5 years

Mexico City

Guatemala

Brazil

Monterrey

Mexico City

Cayman Islands

Panama

Monterrey

Chile

Peru

Panama

Colombia

Queretaro

Peru

Ecuador

Trinidad & Tobago

Queretaro

Guatemala

at renewal

Trinidad & Tobago

Mexico City

Bahamas

Turks & Caicos Islands

Panama

Turks & Caicos Islands

Venezuela

Peru

Monthly

Landlord decides

Cayman Islands

Venezuela

Chile Is agreed between both parties and set on lease contract

Cayman Islands

Lease adjustment rate

Location

Lease period

Location

Annually

16

3 years

10

at renewal

2

5 years

9

Monthly

1

The types of contract depend on the area rented, the agreements reached after commercial negotiations with the landlord, and the local market's current situation.

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Available

HVAC - Class B buildings

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RESTORATIONS Tenant must completely restore the space back to original conditions, including installation removals Argentina Bahamas Brazil Cayman Islands Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador Peru Turks & Caicos Islands Tenant must restore the space back to original conditions, no installation removals Chile Guatemala Panama The space will be return in good state of conservation, any refurbishing will be property of the landlord at the end of the contract. Venezuela Can be responsibility of either the landlord or tenant, but ultimately it's the landlord's prerogative to decide whether to keep some of the improvements made before. Barbados Trinidad & Tobago No obligations identified in lease contract. Guadalajara Mexico City Monterrey Queretaro

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CHARGES CONDOMINIUM CHARGES

TENANT IMPROVEMENT ALLOWANCE

CCTV on all public areas, lighting in all public areas, cleaning for all public areas, elevators/lifts maintenance, power generator manteinance and/or fuel

A common practice.

Costa Rica

Bahamas

CCTV on all public areas, lighting in all public areas, cleaning for all public areas, elevators/lifts maintenance, power generator use, power generator manteinance and/or fuel, facade cleaning of windows and glazing from outside of the building, security

Cayman Islands

Panama CCTV on all public areas, lighting in all public areas, cleaning for all public areas, water (fornecimento), elevators/lifts maintenance, power generator use, power generator manteinance and/or fuel, facade cleaning of windows and glazing from outside of the building, security Argentina Bahamas Barbados Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Peru Trinidad & Tobago Turks & Caicos Islands Venezuela CCTV on all public areas, lighting in all public areas, cleaning for all public areas, water (fornecimento), elevators/lifts maintenance, power generator use, power generator manteinance and/or fuel, facade cleaning of windows and glazing from outside of the building, security, landscaping, irrigation

Chile Turks & Caicos Islands Is a common practice. However need approval of the landlord. Venezuela Is lately becoming popular depending on the property and the landlord Colombia Not a normal practice. Tenant must perform and pay for all tenant improvement works. Argentina Brazil Costa Rica Ecuador Guadalajara Guatemala Mexico City Monterrey Panama

Cayman Islands

Peru

CCTV on all public areas, lighting in all public areas, cleaning for all public areas, water (fornecimento), elevators/lifts maintenance, power generator use, power generator manteinance and/or fuel, facade cleaning of windows and glazing from outside of the building, Security, only for public areas and parking levels.

Queretaro

Guadalajara Guatemala Mexico City Monterrey Queretaro

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IVA (OR VAT) TAX Is not refundable. Clients usually budget their construction projects at gross price

LOCATION

Brazil

WHAT IS AN USUAL MUNICIPALITY PERMIT APPROVAL TIME FRAME IN YOUR LOCATION, IF THE PROJECT IS LOCATED INSIDE A HISTORICAL AREA?

LOCATION

REGULAR TAX % APPLICABLE ON CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Argentina

21%VAT (refundable) + 5.5% IIBB (nonrefundable)

Costa Rica

Argentina

Up to 120 days

Ecuador

Bahamas

Up to 120 days

Bahamas

0%

Guadalajara

Barbados

More than 120 days

Barbados

VAT 17.5%

Considering interior fit-out exclusively,

Brazil

15%-20%

Guatemala Mexico City

Brazil

historical area is not a restriction.

Cayman Islands

Tax not applicable

Monterrey

Cayman Islands

More than 120 days

Chile

19%

Panama

Chile

More than 120 days

Colombia

1 -1.5%

Queretaro

Colombia

More than 120 days

Costa Rica

13%

Venezuela

Costa Rica

Up to 120 days

Ecuador

12%

Is refundable, so my clients usually budget their construction projects at Net price

Ecuador

More than 120 days

Guadalajara

16%

Guadalajara

More than 120 days

Guatemala

12%

Guatemala

More than 120 days

Mexico City

16%

Mexico City

N/A

Monterrey

16%

Monterrey

N/A

Panama

7%

Panama

More than 6 months, almost a year, depending the kind of proyect.

Peru

18%

Queretaro

16%

Peru

Up to 120 days

Trinidad & Tobago

VAT 12.5%

Queretaro

N/A

Turks & Caicos Islands

0%

Trinidad & Tobago

Up to 120 days

Venezuela

25%

Turks & Caicos Islands

Up to 120 days

Venezuela

Up to 120 days

Argentina Barbados Chile Colombia Peru Trinidad & Tobago Not applicable Bahamas Cayman Islands Turks & Caicos Islands Barbados Trinidad & Tobago

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LOCATION & CONTENTS ARGENTINA

Antonio Saborío | Project Management Director antonio.Saborio@cbre.com Off. +54 11 4590 5700

BRAZIL

Henrique Cicchetto | Project Management Director henrique.cicchetto@cbre.com.br Off. +55 11 5185-4688

CHILE

Keith Carrizo | Project Management Director keith.carrizo@cbre.com Off. +562 2562 2616 | Santiago

COLOMBIA

Felipe DeFrancisco Wiesner | Project Management Director felipe.defrancisco@cbre.com Off. +57 1 5185263 | Bogotá

COSTA RICA

Jeannette Jiménez | Project Manager jeannette.jimenez@cbre.com

MEXICO

Sergio Panero| Sr. Managing Director Project Management Latin America Region sergio.panero@cbre.com Off. +52 (55) 5284 3290 | CDMX

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