In a post-COVID world, change has only just begun. The co-working environment drastically changed. Companies are reexamining their work space to accommodate the changing work climate.
In a fast-changing and profitable landscape, logistics and industrial real estate is increasingly critical and poised for tremendous growth. So how do you get in?
The historical structure of real estate, unconscious biases, and hiring approaches all promote the social and economic inequity that continues to exist today. How can the social and economic framework in real estate be changed to harbor a diverse and inclusive workplace?
Real estate portfolio diversification is one of the key concepts in investing. So which matters more—the building, or where it’s built?
The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought massive shifts in behavior, as social distancing and other public health protocols have reshaped our daily lives. What does this mean for institutional investment in the office sector after COVID?
The pandemic has rekindled the old debate about real estate dynamics in cities versus the suburbs. But real estate is cyclical, so to see what the future holds, watch the fundamentals.
As COVID comes to define a new era, institutional investors in real estate will need to understand that prior strategies won’t work like they once did.
COVID forced an experiment at global scale to test productivity and culture in a work-from-home environment. Now that we’re a year into the experiment, what’s the future of the office sector ecosystem
The pandemic altered assumptions about the real estate, including the shift in demand, location, and even the environment itself. Yet, at the center of the storm are the value-add investors who drive opportunity and risk when it comes to change.
Advancing automation, tech-driven amenities, and community building is key to winning—and keeping today’s tech-savvy residents. Tricon Residential provides insight on how to streamline the process.
How will universities, retail, and hospitality have to change their business model in a post-covid world?
AFIRE’s Mentorship Committee weighs in on an emerging and novel approach to create new opportunities for today’s rising leaders.
Cedrik Lachance of Green Street talks about how the trend of rapid urbanization in core markets continues to accelerate, despite the emerging challenges from the pandemic.
What holds promise for improving the business relationships we depend on for making better investments? All corners of the commercial real estate arena are facing era-defining challenges. Transparency matters—now more than ever. Being intentional and open in our dealings with our investors, employees, and communities will bring closeness to all our relationships—particularly those between managers and investors.
Due to COVID-19, are we facing an urban exodus—or is it the natural outcome of generational change?AFIRE’s Future Committee weighs in.
The retail investment industry has historically always been impacted the hardest during large-scale catastrophes. Past pandemics serve as reminders of the harsh implications and desperate measures that undergo these events. How will retail continue to adapt to these changes?
After COVID-19, will we be facing the end of the world—or simply the end of the world as we know it? AFIRE’s Future Committee weighs in.
Though mixed-use developments aren’t immune to COVID-19-related disruptions, demand is likely to grow as the crisis subsides. Society’s enhanced focus on physical and mental health in the wake of the pandemic is only likely to enhance demand for such facilities once the crisis has passed.
In the midst of a global pandemic, every industry is racing to adjust its business practices to meet new demands and prepare for an uncertain future. What does this mean for real estate finance and ESG?
Do people follow jobs, or is it the other way around? The answer depends on where we are in a business cycle.