As smart technology advances, it’s changing the way that office buildings operate.
As the coworking trend continues to gather pace, restaurants and pubs in cities around the world are now formally opening up their space for start-ups and freelancers.
Converted warehouses and former industrial precincts just outside major cities have long provided inventive office space and environs for plucky tech starts-ups and creative agencies
With the rise of remote working and the growing reliance on digital collaboration, the modern office can feel a lot less social - but well-designed workspace can help prevent employee isolation.
Today’s workplaces are increasingly being designed with movement in mind to help promote employee health and boost productivity.
Today’s employees expect more from their workplace canteen than in previous years both in terms of what’s being served and when it’s available
Recycling, reusing and repurposing products is becoming more popular as the circular economy gains ground. So what does this mean for the workplace?
They’re catching up to the private sector when it comes to creating workplaces that better meet the needs of their employees
As coworking continues to grow in popularity in cities around the world, hotels are increasingly looking for a slice of the market.
Property management and facilities mangement is already changing with technology and data software. But the digital twin, which is a virtual replica of a physcial building, is transforming the day-to-day operations of a building.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
The urban campus concept is breathing new life into universities challenged by changing study habits and growing competition
Today’s landlords are increasingly aware that incorporating high-quality space for collaborating and socializing in their office buildings is a better way to catch the eye of companies hunting for new premises.
From smart building management systems to wearable gadgets that encourage regular movement, today’s workers increasingly inhabit a new kind of workplace, optimized by technology to enhance productivity, health and wellbeing.
The fourth industrial revolution is beginning to change the way manufacturing and logistics companies operate and use real estate.
The rapid adoption of Proptech in Asia Pacific is reshaping the region's real estate markets, changing the way people work, shop, and travel.
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Searching for the bottom of the cycle
Market sentiment improves. Headwinds remain for Sydney housing
The market remains soft, but should gradually improve
What is real estate’s role in realising the Smart Cities promise
Housing markets continue to rebalance. Market headwinds are receding, but activity will likely remain subdued in the short-term
Market softens, but likely to remain resilient
Steady as she goes. Adelaide’s housing market has lagged other markets, but is late-cycle and now slowing
Housing market softens. Newcastle has slowed somewhat after the Sydney market cooled