Weekly Briefing

QuadReal: Enabling Digital Buildings with Scalable Connectivity
The most recognizable buildings in the world - whether the soaring Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the historic Empire State Building in New York City, or the iconic Commerce Court towers in Toronto - all share the same beginnings. They were built on a foundation designed to stand the test of time; a foundation of concrete and rebar that enabled them to ascend, bringing the vision of these buildings to life.... August 13, 2020 | 4 min read
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Drive Profit in Buildings: Focus on Cash Flow
Critical need for granular day-to-day visibility of revenue, expenses and capital allocation is forcing must-have technology integration into CRE operations of all types.... August 13, 2020 | 3 min read
Realcomm | IBcon Announces Industry’s First RE Tech Hybrid Event
As you’re well aware, the world, the global economy and specifically the real estate industry are experiencing some of the most significant struggles we have ever faced. With the current state of this pandemic, the process of bringing together a community of people can be complicated.... August 6, 2020 | 5 min read
Gateway, Sydney: Australia’s Journey to the 'Touchless' Office Building
Property owners and real estate managers worldwide are preparing to return to the office in various ways. The challenge of reopening is heightened by the evolving COVID-19 environment in disparate geographical locations and the varying needs of businesses and tenants.... July 30, 2020 | 4 min read
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The New Era of Workplace Connectivity
The challenge: decisiveness amid unrelenting uncertainty
In an environment that was already digitizing rapidly, COVID-19 creates a dynamic environment that mandates urgent and material innovation to solve a problem of very uncertain duration and evolution. Taking a page from how software developers use the cloud, the commercial real estate industry can take action now, adjust quickly and have better near- and long-term success. ...
July 30, 2020 | 5 min read