Real estate companies have been embracing proptech like never before. However, this change has by no means been uniform across the board. I had a chat with Connell McGill and Comly Wilson at real estate SaaS platform Enertiv to discuss what they have been seeing on the market.
Late last year, there was a shakeup in JLL’s global corporate tree. Amongst the changes Guy Grainger, a firm favorite of this column, was announced as JLL’s new Global Head of Sustainability Services & ESG, and Andy Poppink replaced him as EMEA Markets CEO in January 2021.
One of the big questions that the coronavirus pandemic has raised is whether the big cities rental market can ever fully recover. Innovation may be at hand to expedite the recovery
This final installment of a three-part miniseries on COVID and real estate will give an overarching view of different markets and geographies. To this end, I enlisted the help of JLL EMEA CEO Guy Grainger who shared his firm’s global outlook for real estate and proptech.
Though the pandemic has taught us to maximize efficiency and has pushed many to discover and embrace remote and flexible work, it is unlikely that this new way of doing things will kill off the office market for good.
We have gone past the phase where working from home was a Covid-19 forced anomaly to one that looks like it will be a permanent part of our business work style and culture.
The crucial information in the update concerned aerosols and small airborne particles carrying enough of the virus to infect people beyond the six-foot radius often cited as a safety margin, especially within poorly-ventilated spaces.
Node, one of the pioneers of “Co-Living 2.0”, just raised €300 million to expand its European presence, despite COVID-19. I caught up with founder Anil Khera to discuss his growth plans and market views.
One of the reasons for smart home technology’s extraordinary growth is its potential to enhance wellness, a particular concern for all in the midst of a pandemic that has millions of Americans sheltering at home, working from home, studying at home, exercising at home and caregiving for elderly r…
Airbnb has resumed its efforts to go public this year, despite fallout from the pandemic.