Commercial real estate has invoked Charles Darwin this year as the evolution of office space and analyzing work, the workplace and what’s next are at the forefront of workplace strategy. In this evolution of office from property asset to people, five key themes have emerged. Our firm’s 2021 "Breakthrough Insights" report outlines them as follows:
• Overproduction: The sector has produced too much of one product, therefore the future will involve more dispersion and more diver
Galit Ventura-RozenForbes Councils Member Forbes Real Estate CouncilCOUNCIL POST| Membership (fee-based) Real Estate The pandemic has negatively affected all classes of commercial real estate (CRE), however, it has also generated innovative possibilities for the CRE market this year including affordable rental prices, efficient online communication and sending in forms and payments with just a click of a button. Commercial real estate will gradually begin to recover from the
One key factor for successful commercial real estate investing is identifying market trends. By Paulina Likos
| April 13, 2021, at 3:18 p.m. Commercial real estate can be rewarding, but beginners should also be aware of the investment risks.(GETTY IMAGES) The commercial real estate market is quite different than the stock market, but similar investment risks and strategies still apply. The appeal of investing in this property type is multifold. Investors can generate higher i
Players from L.A. Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks among Blacks and Latinos funding Boston project A rendering of the real-estate development on Harvard University-owned land in Boston.
PHOTO: TISHMAN SPEYER By Konrad Putzier
Updated June 1, 2021 2:12 pm ET Four NBA All-Stars are helping fund a new Harvard University real-estate development, joining more than 150 Black and Latino professionals in backing the roughly $1 billion project. Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, Andre Iguod