Buildings need to get smarter and EDGE Technologies is one of the companies making that happen. Christopher O’Dea talks to Boudewijn Ruitenburg and Erik Ubels
The importance of the health and wellbeing of workers who spend a lot of their lives in office buildings is finally being recognised by investors. Christopher O’Dea reports
Despite WeWork’s recent fall from grace, flexible offices are no fad. Christopher O’Dea reports on an office sector that has been changed for good
A more flexible office market has implications for income returns, writes Will Robson
Offices no longer dominates global transactions, but they are still a first port of call for investors, writes Tom Leahy
Despite the fog of Brexit uncertainty, many are still backing London to prosper, says Richard Lowe
The City of London’s tallest skyscraper is here. Harry Badham tells Richard Lowe why, despite Brexit, the timing is right
Since June, the world’s most valuable office towers have stood watch over the ongoing – and increasingly intense – street battles between Hong Kong police and protesters. As the economic costs to Hong Kong mount, the impact on the city’s real estate is starting to unfold.
For a relatively small market, Australia has been centre of attention for a growing number of global real estate investors. Florence Chong reports
An IPO filing has raised numerous questions about the poster child of flexible offices
WeWork is grabbing the headlines with its planned IPO, but the company makes up a small slice of a burgeoning global flexible workspace market, writes John Williams
With the launch of LeadCrest and a large transaction by Income Realty, the European sale-and-leaseback market suddenly got busier. Rachel Fixsen reports
In the years running up to the Brexit vote, London boomed. Can the UK capital continue to prosper in the face of so much uncertainty? Razak Musah Baba reports
The UK High Court has ruled that Brexit did not frustrate the European Medicines Agency’s lease with the Canary Wharf Group.
Value-add specialist Fortius has turned its attention to the Brisbane market and to B-grade offices in Sydney
The city’s commercial real estate market is expected to grow strongly post-Brexit. Richard Lowe
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