CRE Editors

Author's details

Name: CRE Editors
Date registered: August 13, 2010
URL: http://corporaterealestategroup.com

Biography

The Editors moderate this CRE blog and the Corporate Real Estate LinkedIn Group.

Latest posts

  1. The Atlas Summary | 2017 Americas and International — September 22, 2017
  2. JLL Global Market Perspective | August 2017 — September 12, 2017
  3. Tech Cities 1.0 — June 22, 2017
  4. NAR Commercial Real Estate ALERT – Analysis of the Latest Emerging Risks and Trends — June 12, 2017
  5. Livestream from DisruptCRE in Chicago 12:00 PM CT Thursday May 4 — May 3, 2017

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Jun 10 2015

JLL Digital Skyline Tool: 47 Cities Across the U.S. and Canada

Demand for Trophy buildings remains high nationwide, and rental rates follow—average Trophy rental rates are 77 percent higher than non-Trophy space. These tightening fundamentals could draw attention to other asset classes, especially as fast-growing industries favor office amenities over building quality. See the trends impacting top-tier offices nationwide, and explore your market(s) of interest building-by-building …

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May 26 2015

Deloitte Report | Evolving Cyber Risk in Commercial Real Estate

Deloitte has released a report taking a look at cyber risk in CRE: Retail, travel, and hospitality, and the financial services industries have been plagued with cyberattack incidents. In contrast, the CRE sector considers itself to be relatively less at risk from a potential cyberattack. This is because CRE firms typically maintain relatively less consumer …

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May 11 2015

What do 200 City Indices tell us about the urban world in 2015?

From JLL: City indices are now devised and sponsored by nearly every kind of actor and institution operating in the urban field. Their careful analysis provides a unique angle on city trends, patterns of growth and investment, and the effects of political, regulatory or strategic change. Indices, especially when viewed as a whole, give unique …

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May 03 2015

CBRE | Global Rent and Capital Value Indices MarketView – Q4 2014

From CBRE: Across the board increases, but capital values lead again Global capital and rental values for all property types grew during Q4 2014 amid improving occupier demand, ample global liquidity and strong investor appetite for property investment. Office capital values continued to grow at a faster clip than rental values, with the strongest growth …

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Apr 16 2015

JLL United States Office Outlook – Q1 2015

From JLL: Though U.S. office vacancy remained unchanged at 15.6 percent in Q1, as the year continues, we expect levels to drop below 15 percent for the first time in a decade. Corporate growth is driving enhanced touring velocity and expansionary leasing activity, and landlords are responding by growing rents at the most aggressive rate …

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Apr 03 2015

JLL | Global Market Perspective Q1 2015

JLL global market report: “The major global real estate markets are in better shape than at any time since the Global Financial Crisis, with the continued momentum in capital markets now supported by improving corporate occupier demand across all the main global regions and property sectors.  Meanwhile, rising construction levels and developer confidence underline the …

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Mar 25 2015

Global Office Rent Cycle MarketView | Q4 2014

Global Office Rent Cycle MarketView | Q4 2014

Mar 17 2015

International Investment Atlas Summary 2015

From Cushman & Wakefield: The International Investment Atlas report has been prepared by Cushman & Wakefield to provide an introduction to the world’s key commercial real estate investment markets in 2014 and an indication of activity in 2015. It covers the main areas of activity, showing the size and status of each and giving a …

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Mar 09 2015

How 3-D Printing Will Revolutionize Commercial Real Estate

Colliers has a two page document evaluating how 3D printing will affect commercial real estate in the future: Densification: less inventory, less space Location, Location, Location: rethinking the supply chain Taxation: new technology, new revenue Download the report here

Mar 02 2015

Location Strategy for US-Based Office Operations

This paper from Cushman & Wakefield, first published in the Corporate Real Estate Journal, examines the best practice approach for selecting the optimal location for new or relocating business operations. Topics covered include how to identify functional candidates for relocation, assessing the financial feasibility of relocation, alternative transition strategies, identifying the optimal alternative location for the …

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