If the last 10 years are anything to go by, real estate is in for big changes.
Commercial real estate will be eyeing one area of the economy in particular.
From flexible space to greater sustainability, this new year has a lot in store.
Buying online and picking up in store is gaining traction.
After two consecutive quarters of declines, investment in global commercial real estate has picked up.
The effects of the GFC were wide-reaching, and real estate has been far from immune.
Selfies and art come together as a counterweight to online shopping.
Single’s Day 2019 in China set a spending record, and Vietnam is not staying out of the online shopping fever.
As cities become bigger and denser, green spaces are boosting their resilience and making them more attractive places to live.
With workplace stress and burnout a growing issue for companies, good office design can boost well-being and help employees to stay on top of their job.
Innovative cities are tackling common problems and becoming increasingly competitive.
Developing markets in Southeast Asia are attracting industrial property investors to new growth opportunities.
With tech tools becoming an integral part of the modern workplace, apps could soon be a crucial way for employers to keep their employees engaged – and for landlords to retain their tenants.
Big data is changing established ways of working within real estate from the inside out.
Sonatus, a new premium office building in the heart of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.