|U.S Office OccupierView Q1 2013
Cost constraints among corporate occupiers and federal government sequestration led to a slowdown in the pace of overall demand in Q1 2013 compared to Q4 2012. Occupiers in major markets are using space more efficiently and embracing workplace strategies that incorporate workforce mobility.
Tapping Into Taiwan's Real Estate Appetite
22 May 2013, Chris Ludeman, Global President of Capital Markets, discusses Taiwan's move to ease property investment rules for insurers and the markets that are likely to benefit.
U.S. Retail MarketView Q1 2013
Despite mixed retail data in Q1 2013, there was guarded optimism that the economic headwinds were temporary and the modest recovery of retail property fundamentals would continue.
Ten Tips for Healthcare Providers Under the Affordable Care Act
CBRE's latest ViewPoint from Global Research & Consulting, "Ten Tips for Healthcare Providers Under the Affordable Care Act," discusses the implications of this landmark legislation on hospitals, ambulatory services and other healthcare systems – and how their real estate decisions and site selection processes may be affected in the future.
From China Central Television
20 March 2013, CBRE's Chris Brooke talks about the market impact of China’s new property transaction tax aimed to curb property speculation.
From Bloomberg TV
CBRE’s Ed Farrelly talks to Bloomberg TV following the 2013 Hong Kong Government Policy Address about the effect of policy changes on the commercial real estate sector.
Taking the Office Market to School
The education sector’s footprint in the Manhattan office market has increased by 47% between 2005 and November 2012. This expansion has been aided by increases in post-recession availability rates and decreases in asking rents in parts of Midtown South and Downtown.
Happy New Year?
History may view 2012 as the year where little changed. Globally, investor caution prevailed, with prime assets in major CBDs and liquid markets remaining the focus of global capital as economic uncertainty continued.
Following the biggest retailing week in the US calendar—which encompasses both Black Friday and Cyber Monday—we speak to members of our global retail team in our latest edition of Watch This Space.
CBRE's Ray Torto, Global Chief Economist, and Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, discuss the outcome of the recent U.S. elections and the likely impact of Washington, D.C. policy decisions - including resolution of the so-called fiscal cliff - on commercial real estate.
US Industrial MarketView Q3 2012
CBRE Global Research and Consulting Releases its Q3 2012 reports on the United States commercial industrial markets. Ed Schreyer, Executive Managing Director, Agency Services, provides video overviews..
US Office MarketView Q3 2012
CBRE Global Research and Consulting Releases its Q3 2012 reports on the United States commercial office markets. Ed Schreyer, Executive Managing Director, Agency Services, provides video overviews.
Primary & Secondary Education (Part 1)
Part one of our latest video CBRE experts discuss the polarizing fortunes of prime and secondary real estate – where will this lead and can opportunities be found?
Primary & Secondary Education (Part 2)
Part two of our latest video CBRE experts discuss the polarizing fortunes of prime and secondary real estate – where will this lead and can opportunities be found?
The Business of Green
As the global leader in commercial real estate services, CBRE is deeply committed to sustainability, as well as to managing the resources our clients require to support their business and build greater value into their brand.
High Tech—The Space Invaders
CBRE's Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, and Andrew Hallissey, Head of Client Solutions, Global Corporate Services, EMEA, discuss the impact that high tech companies are having on real estate sector across different geographies and how this might evolve.
17 August 2012, CBRE’s Peter Damesick is interviewed regarding Eurozone uncertainty and the impact on commercial real estate.
11 August 2012, CBRE's Matt Black discusses what will happen to the Olympic Park now that the 2012 Games are over.
Olympic Games: Gold for Host Cities?
Watched by the world, the 2012 Olympics opened in London on Friday. The event throws a spotlight on the host city for the duration of the Games. But what happens after the athletes leave – what is the true long term impact of hosting the Games?
25 June 2012, Jonathan De Mello, CBRE’s Head of UK Retail Consultancy, discusses the potential impacts of Q3 rent collections on retailers in the UK.
Case Study Shanghai Tower
Shanghai Tower is an iconic skyscraper in China. Upon completion in 2014, CBRE will provide property management consulting services for Shanghai Tower. CBRE assembled an integrated, international team of professionals to win the assignment, and is currently providing advice on best-in-class management practices developed at similar assets worldwide.
Case Study Baylor Health Care System
With the passage of the Affordable Health Care Act, 2012 was a watershed year for the health care industry. The law’s adoption re-emphasized the need for increased financial operating efficiency for health care systems. But Baylor Health Care System in Texas anticipated this need more than a decade ago, outsourcing its entire real estate portfolio of approximately 9.8 million square feet to CBRE.
Case Study Puerto Venecia
Puerto Venecia is a 2.2 million-square-foot complex that utterly redefines the notion of a shopping center. Spain's largest retail and leisure destination, it offers stores, cinemas and restaurants centered around a man-made canal and lake spanning nearly 108,000 square feet.
Case Study Lucliff
An international CBRE Capital Markets team in Toronto, Hong Kong and Vancouver worked together to arrange the sale of LuCliff Place, a prime 24-story office and apartment complex in downtown Toronto.
Case Study 333 South Seventh Street
CBRE Global Investors and CBRE’s Minneapolis office teamed up to transform 333 South Seventh Street into the new gold standard for office buildings in Minneapolis.
Greek Election Aftermath
CBRE’s Asieh Mansour, Head of Americas Research, and Graham Barnes, Senior Director, Real Estate Finance, based in London, discuss the impact of the recent Greek elections, and the ongoing Eurozone financial difficulties generally, on commercial real estate.