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Projects using the sustainable construction material largely remain on track.
Companies are launching a growing range of initiatives to show employees they care about their health and wellbeing
There’s been a significant drop in the number of women in the workforceduring the pandemic
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The year 2022 for grocery retailers can best be categorized as continued momentum from 2021, but with added headwinds in the form of record inflation. The year was marked by an array of challenges and changes.
Re-emergence of international travel, a focus on the entire travel experience, and opportunities for cross-border hotel investment are driving recovery.
Occupancy recovery fueled by healthy demand and delayed inventory growth for Seniors Housing
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Slowing global growth is forcing investors to be more selective on sector deals
In Vietnam, we expect green buildings to quickly become the most sought-after buildings and spaces in the market to occupiers.
Organizations are opting for higher quality buildings as they commit to carbon net zero.
Doubling down of decarbonization efforts despite macroeconomic headwinds.
It’s been five years since the first U.S. vertical warehouse. Here’s what we’ve learned
Following years of standstill in the wake of a global pandemic, industry players question ‘what’s next?’
Companies are creating more workplaces that meet the needs of all
Managers are thinking creatively to inspire workers as collaboration dips
A new study highlights when and where people are at their best
The rise of virtual worlds could help companies bring hybrid workforces together
Companies are moving beyond traditional data to emphasize people
With balance sheets under scrutiny, companies are focusing on reducing energy consumption in buildings
From low spec to high tech, office cleaning is adapting to a changing workplace
Workplace preferences vary across age groups, creating challenges for companies
While new spokes have emerged, investment is moving back to the hub.
Companies are looking to collaboration and wellness initiatives to reengage employees
Aiming to support wellbeing and tempt people into the office, companies are currying favor with food
The next wave of hybrid work is asynchronous. This new trend has the potential to further change the way we view the physical office space.
Viewing commercial real estate remotely has become a lasting sales tactic
In a year of transformation, a few stand-out areas will have lasting impacts
The race is on for early-mover advantage in smaller U.S. markets
GRESB results rank international markets amid record growth in real estate participation
Caution persists as macroeconomic factors challenge decision makers
Facing higher costs, hotel investors are finding ways to boost values as tourism surges
Incentives and legislation push for sustainability in both new and older buildings
The built environment has work to do to be part of a net zero future
Public-private partnerships are helping to alleviate talent and expertise shortages for municipalities aiming to access and leverage infrastructure bill money.
The influx in U.S. infrastructure spending won’t be coming from the government alone. Public Private Partnerships (P3s) are expected to surge through the $1.1 trillion U.S. infrastructure package.
New and existing cities need to manage climate risks for fast-growing populations
In-store shopping is having a renaissance this year as consumers return to pre-pandemic traditions
Green certifications are becoming a norm in logistics amid pressure from investors and occupiers
A sustainability mindset is increasingly prevalent at the construction stage in logistics
There are clean energy solutions available to green the last mile, but hurdles remain
Many companies have committed to net zero emissions, but a say-do gap is slowing the process
Sustainability leaders are planning to incorporate social impact clauses in green leases
The search for talent and a rethink of office space are combining to reshape downtown