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Sentiment in real estate markets around the world is toning down, following consistent improvements in the past few quarters. The tightening in monetary policy and the rising inflation are weighing on the global economic outlook. Here’s what RICS Economist Tarrant Parsons revealed about the Q2 Global Commercial Property Monitor in this podcast epis…
 
CPE Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald interviews Heidi Creighton, Skanska USA Commercial Development's new head of Sustainability on what it means to be on the cutting edge of sustainable design and development today. According to Creighton, buildings that are good for people are usually good for the environment.…
 
Alyssa Carducci Dangler is a shareholder at Williams Mullen, a full-service law firm that provides strategic, skilled counsel to real estate professionals. Her practice focuses on commercial and multifamily real estate and finance, but also includes helping clients navigate through the challenges of solar and wind technologies. Currently, she serve…
 
Right now, as in many other fields, there’s a worldwide shortage of consultants, analysts and accountants, according to Jahn Brodwin, senior managing director with FTI Consulting. Brodwin and Senior Managing Director Ingrid Rivera Noone have recently been promoted to co-leaders of FTI’s real estate practice, and attracting and developing fresh tale…
 
Sustainability certifications are more important than ever for commercial real estate owners. In this episode, CPE Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald interviews Breana Wheeler, director of operations for BREEAM USA, on the organization's "science-based" and "holistic" approaches to sustainability and building certification, and how BREEAM is worki…
 
In the first three months of this year, real estate sentiment around the globe continued to improve, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ latest survey. The organization’s Global Commercial Property Monitor found that occupier metrics are gaining traction, with appetite for office and retail slowly returning. Nevertheless, com…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” CPE’s podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald interviews Millennium Partners Principal Kathleen MacNeil to learn about the science and the marketing behind what will be the largest passive house office building in the wor…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” CPE’s podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald explores how high prices and geopolitical tensions could ignite renewed attention on energy efficiency and renewable energy from property owners. Here’s a sample of the topics…
 
In honor of Women’s History Month, we talked to Barbi Reuter, CREW Network’s 2022 president, about the significant changes in women’s roles in commercial real estate in the past decade. Here’s a sample of the topics this special episode covers: Most important changes in women’s roles in CRE (0:50) Why women need to advocate for themselves (2:50) Ov…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” CPE’s podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald speaks to environmentalists about the impact of New York City's recently-enacted fossil fuel ban law and other code change victories, and about the hurdles the movement has to…
 
In the latest FTI Consulting podcast from the series, Rob Raymond, managing director in the company’s real estate practice, and Commercial Property Executive Senior Editor Laura Calugar, discuss what impacted the upturn in M&A activity last year and how it influenced companies’ real estate decisions and needs. Press play or simply jump to the topic…
 
In the final three months of 2021, sentiment among real estate professionals around the globe continued to improve for the sixth consecutive quarter. Here are the main topics RICS Economist Tarrant Parsons covered with CPE: Sentiment indicators among occupiers and investors (0:46) Changes in the office sector (3:22) Capital and rental values (5:53)…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” CPE’s podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald examines California’s new energy code and its potential for igniting wholesale change. Here’s a sample of the topics the episode covers: California’s 2022 Building Energy Effi…
 
The health crisis has taken a disproportionate toll on women in commercial real estate. CREW Network CEO Wendy Mann reveals all the figures in the latest CPE podcast. Press play to learn more about COVID-19’s impact on women in the commercial real estate workforce, and why this is a pivotal moment for change in the industry! Here’s a sample of the …
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” CPE's podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, Executive Editor Therese Fitzgerald and Senior Associate Editor Anca Gagiuc dig into the pros and cons of this underground renewable energy source and its prospects for helping commercial real estate owners, cor…
 
FTI Consulting’s Gerardo Londono on the latest version of the Build Back Better Act and its implications for CRE investment. (3:05) - The new 15 percent minimum tax on corporate profits (5:30) - The new surtax on high income earners (6:55) - Stock buybacks (11:10) - State workarounds (13:12) - Carried interest (14:33) - The first half of 2022…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” our podcast on the intersection of commercial estate and the world we live in. In this episode, CPE speaks to some of the buildings industry professionals leading the circular economy charge about what it will take for the U.S. real estate industry to complete the conversion from take-make-waste to reduce-re…
 
Commercial Property Executive Senior Associate Editor Laura Calugar discusses the latest changes in occupier and investor sentiment with Tarrant Parsons, economist with RICS. Press play to find out where hopes for economic improvement gather momentum and which areas of the globe are still under pressure.…
 
Welcome back to “Sustainability Street,” our podcast on the intersection of commercial real estate and the world we live in. In this episode, we tackle the major questions facing policymakers and property owners as they prepare to put into practice the most ambitious carbon emissions regulation ever enacted.…
 
In this episode, Commercial Property Executive Senior Associate Editor Laura Calugar talks to FTI Consulting Senior Director Asha Shettigar about the U.S. tax landscape and how proposed tax policies changes could impact the real estate industry. In the second half of the conversation, FTI Consulting Managing Director Yunsoo Kim touches on how the c…
 
Valuing different perspectives and promoting diversity both come naturally to Tiffany English. She leads the growth and overall management of Ware Malcomb's San Diego office, including both the architecture and interior studios, but she also has a global role at CREW Network this year as 2021 president. In a conversation with Senior Associate Edito…
 
In the latest episode of our "Sustainability Street" podcast, CPE looks at how the "other" carbon is finally coming into focus for the broader real estate community. We interviewed industry leaders who are finding solutions to the carbon in materials and raising awareness around the subject. With the built environment becoming more energy efficient…
 
In the first episode of our "Sustainability Street" podcast, CPE examines the science behind and the misconceptions around net zero carbon and net zero energy commitments. We hear from a number of CRE executives and sustainability experts to examine why some trade groups, corporations and subnational governments are getting more ambitious about car…
 
"We need to learn how to live with risks," said EastBanc Principal Philippe Lanier, a retail landlord in Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood. Tune in to find out his expectations for this summer’s shopping season and why the longer-term picture is quite positive, despite consumers’ currently cautious mood.…
 
The exponential use of electric vehicles is foreshadowing the demise of gas stations and oil change shops. What kind of opportunities does this change bring to owners? Who will benefit from the value of the underlying real estate? FTI Consulting’s Mark Dunec shares some interesting thoughts.
 
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