Rob Seldin of Madison Highland Live/Work Lofts sits down with AFIRE to discuss how mobile technology has transformed real estate—and how zoning rules need to adapt to meet emerging needs.
Martha Peyton of Aegon Asset Management joins the AFIRE Podcast to discuss her recent Summit Journal article focused on an outperforming multifamily class.
Malcolm Johnson, CEO of Langdon Park Capital, believes true affordability is possible—and that affordable housing strategies may be investors’ strongest emerging opportunity for core markets in the US.
Charlotte Kang and Emily Chadwick of JLL’s Hotels and Hospitality group discuss how ESG practices in the hospitality sector can be instructive for all asset classes.
Jeffrey Kanne, President and CEO of National Real Estate Advisors, discusses how technology developed to combat climate change will transform the built environment as well.
Max LaVictoire, Principal at Hodes Weill & Associates, discusses his recent article in AFIRE’s Summit Journal about how secondary offerings for existing funds have evolved from a defensive move to a more strategic option for managers and investors.
Megan Walters, PhD, Global Head of Research for Allianz Real Estate, shares her latest insights on European office markets that are well positioned for growth. Based on her recent article in AFIRE Summit, the best cities are not always the obvious choice.
Parag Khanna, founder of FutureMap, discusses how cities will always be the center of our shared future—and what this means for investors, building users, and communities.
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.
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.
Doug Holte, founder and CEO of AgileWorkweekInvestments, explores what our work has become and how office space will change.
Alicia Glen, founder and managing principal of MSquared and former NYC Deputy Mayor, explains how to intelligently invest in affordable housing at scale.
Dr. Alexis Crow, leader of PwC’s Geopolitical Investing Practice, discusses real estate’s stewardship role amidst an evolving global landscape.
Cars revolutionized the world when they were invented, but they’ve also had an oversized role in dictating the shape of urban environments over the past century. But our transportation culture is beginning to change—so what can cities do to adapt?
The discussion on recovery as COVID begins to decline has often surrounded America’s largest cities, but what’s happening in mid-size urban centers?
Urbanization, digitalization, and demographics are the key trends to watch for understanding the future of logistics real estate.
AFIRE CEO Gunnar Branson also joined members on-site at the exhibition center for a series of candid conversations with several Europe-based AFIRE member leaders sharing their views about asset types, investment trends, and emergent challenges and opportunities for US real estate investing.
Featuring Rodney E. Slater, Bill Shuster, and Caren Street of Squire Patton Boggs on the future of infrastructure in the US.