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Exploring new employee expectations and how employers can support their people in the new hybrid world
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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More enterprises look to increase office adaptability for hybrid work
European Central Bank moves interest rates north after 11-year hiatus
Inflation will impact how and how much parents spend on Back to School this year
Occupiers are increasingly adopting semi-automation as technology costs fall
Initiatives to increase green space and improve biodiversity are part of a more holistic sustainability agenda looking beyond decarbonization
Massive industrial commercial real estate acquisitions signify a strong future in the booming industry.
Markets look to sustainability and tech to overcome widening differences
Investors in Asia Pacific are reallocating capital to debt for stability and diversification
As the housing crisis intensifies in the U.S., big tech companies are starting to evaluate how they contribute to the problem and what they can do to solve it.
Leading cities are now setting goals to tackle carbon throughout a building’s lifecycle
Industry experts say a lack of data is leaving healthcare systems at a disadvantage managing portfolios
Working elsewhere is on the rise as work patterns evolve
Video meetings aren’t going anywhere. Are there new solutions that can remove some of the agonies?
As tenants seek simplicity, landlords are stepping up.
Old attitudes around presenteeism don’t fit with hybrid working
The historically male-dominated industry is aiming to be more inclusive.
Exploring partnerships with flex operators amid empty offices and a hybrid future.
Investors are tapping into technologies that track green performance.
More companies are trialing a shorter working week without reducing pay.
Demand is rising for high-tech office spaces that surpass home conveniences.
With more employees working from different places at any given time, boosting engagement and creating a sense of shared purpose is more vital than ever
Industry experts believe stricter regulations will be a catalyst for significant energy reduction
Pandemic-hit sectors like offices and retail are making a comeback
Data center operators are exploring new technologies in the push for sustainability
Areas just outside Japan’s major cities are attracting interest from multifamily investors
Keeping up with demand doesn’t come cheap - but new options could be emerging
From racetracks to R&D: Creative reuse of space is powering a new era for the growing sector
A proposed rule from The Securities and Exchange Commissions would require companies to disclose their annual greenhouse gas emissions and their businesses’ climate risks.
Diversification by real estate investors and new entrants behind search for opportunities
Though market forces are driving decarbonisation efforts in real estate, government regulations, education and incentives are also key influences
Beehives on the roofs of commercial and residential buildings are quietly becoming more common
A clear framework for emissions reduction shapes business strategies and aligns companies with global climate goals
Cities are increasingly delivering fresh ideas to cut carbon emissions and make urban areas more liveable.
Social impact and decarbonisation strategies will be the pillars of urban development projects in the coming years.
As more cities look to cut excessive artificial light, adapting building lighting can make a big difference.
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.
In the war for talent, smaller innovation-focused cities like Denver are punching above their weight.