Office Market Liquidity Winners and Losers During Covid

May 27, 2021

Article by:  Tom Leahy Global office transaction volumes plummeted in the 12 months through March. Real Capital Analytics data shows that office investment dropped 49% in the Americas, 44% in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and by a more moderate 14% in the Asia Pacific region. Read the full article:

Apartment Rents on the Rise in Most Markets

May 26, 2021

Article by:  Bendix Anderson Some markets have fully recovered from pandemic dips and will see rent gains north of 5.0 percent by the end of the year. Read the full article:

It’s Another Round of Adaptation for Retailers

May 26, 2021

Article by:  Kelsi Borland The pandemic has pushed retailers into the next phase of evolution, including new trends in omni-channel and in-store experiences. Read the full article:

Family Offices Continue to Increase CRE Allocations

May 21, 2021

Article by:  Beth Mattson-Teig Family offices control a staggering amount of wealth globally, and they have a strong appetite for commercial real estate. And although a growing number of private equity funds and sponsors are counting family offices among their investor bases, getting a foot through the door to reach those investors remains no easy…read more

The Rate of Sublease Space Entering the Market Is Slowing

May 21, 2021

Article by:  Lynn Pollack Sublease space is entering the office market this year at a much slower rate than in 2020, and all signs are pointing toward a continued decline in growth. Read the full article:

A New Vision for American Infrastructure

May 21, 2021

Episode by:  Adie Tomer and David Dollar President Biden has outlined a sweeping infrastructure plan that aims to address both historic needs—like bridges, tunnels, and roads—and modern challenges from climate change and digitalization. Adie Tomer, a fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings, argues that this type of investment would create good paying jobs, improve equity,…read more