US garden apartment investments are offering outsized return potential—but access remains a challenge.
Be careful about advice you hear from surveys— it will not always play out as expected.
Allianz Real Estate “Cities That Work” study applies a current office sector outlook to understand what makes London, Stockholm, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris the top cities for office investment.
Except during two World Wars in the first half of the last century, when troops were deployed overseas, the US working age population has never declined. As of 2021, that statement is no longer true.
The new 2022 AFIRE International Investor Survey Report reveals future institutional investment trends as the pandemic transformed preferences for how we live, work, and play.
Beginning with this issue of Summit, we are adding a new dimension to the journal: the voice of our inaugural editorial board.
Summit Journal, the official, award-winning publication of AFIRE, seeks the latest ideas, research, forecasts, and thought leadership for Summer 2022.
In this episode, Rajeev Ranade, Partner at Climate Core Capital, and Owen Woolcock, Partner at Climate Core Capital, discuss their recent Summit Journal article about the future of climate change and its effects on real estate.
The 2022 survey, conducted in Q1 2022 and underwritten by CBRE and Holland Partner Group, reveals institutional insight and intent towards future real estate investment.
Daniele Russolillo, COO of Planet Smart City, explains how they are building affordable housing in India, Brazil, Italy, and the U.S. with sustainability, technology, and community — all while delivering solid returns for investors.
In this episode, Warren Wachsberger, CEO, AECOM Capital, discusses his recent Summit Journal article about digital real estate options to diversify your portfolio.
Tal Peri, Head, US East Coast and Latin America, Union Investment Real Estate, expounds on the future of flexible work—and what happens next for the office sector.
We are all invested in the cities, assets, and infrastructure of tomorrow, even if we might not
live to see the ten largest cities in 2100. But understanding climate change can get us closer.
The pandemic-driven changes to downtown areas and central business districts are changing the geography of institutional investment. What else changes because of this?
With more tenants focusing on environmental targets, the burden to reduce direct emissions places increased pressure on investors, who are at a pivotal moment in ESG strategy.
To better prepare for risk, firms need diversity. Is the goal of 50% female representation possible in investment and asset management firms?
Doug Holte, founder and CEO of AgileWorkweekInvestments, explores what our work has become and how office space will change.
As the public health situation started to improve in early 2021 and the economy re-opened, did migration flows change too—and what if we are able to answer this in real time?
Interest and excellence in ESG performance is becoming increasingly critical to portfolio strategy. So with sea levels on the rise, how can CRE portfolios stay above water?
Alicia Glen, founder and managing principal of MSquared and former NYC Deputy Mayor, explains how to intelligently invest in affordable housing at scale.