Billions of dollars are earmarked for environmental cleanup and related redevelopment projects.
Climate risk considerations have taken center stage in commercial real estate. ERIS met with the chair of the new ASTM task group focused on standardizing property resilience assessments to discuss the committee’s work and what the new guide means for...
The proliferation of the legal production and sale of cannabis throughout the U.S. has led to tremendous growth of the industry in a relatively short period of time.
In the wake of the global pandemic, we have seen an undeniable acceleration of existing work-life, geographic, and demographic trends.
The world continues to navigate the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and what the “new normal” means for our personal and professional lives.
ESG (environmental, social, governance), along with macro and mega economic trends are transforming the commercial real estate market and impacting brownfields redevelopment.
The commercial real estate market is booming! Certain trends and drivers of change continue to fuel robust transactional and redevelopment activity, including the adaptive reuse of CRE, which gives older structures and spaces new life and purpose.
Watch the webinar recording of Dry-Cleaning Sites: Important Considerations for Environmental Due Diligence and Remediation from July 19, 2022.
Watch the webinar recording of How to Identify and Manage PFAS Risks in CRE Transactions from February 8, 2022.
Watch the webinar recording of A revised ASTM Standard for Phase I ESAs is HERE from November 1, 2021.
Watch the webinar recording of Change Brings Opportunity: Adaptive Reuse Trends in the CRE Market from June 29, 2021.
With inflation running at multi-decade highs and markets decidedly risk-off against the backdrop of rising interest rates, recession is top of mind.
The three most pressing areas of concern for the commercial real estate industry this year and going into 2023 are the effects of inflation and interest rates, geopolitical uncertainty and the impact of hybrid work, respectively, according to the latest annual Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate report...
Despite the concern it generates, inflation has always been a natural occurrence in our economic cycle.
For two years, headlines have screamed about a bloodbath in the office sector. Research from Moody’s Analytics shows those headlines have little in common with reality.
Delinquency rates for commercial mortgages across property types increased in the first quarter, thanks to continued erosion in the office sector.
How does the construction of a new building change who lives in the neighborhood? That question is at the heart of urban politics in America today, where everyone knows we need to build more homes, but nobody wants them in their backyard.
Typically, when CRE firms discuss their plans in various sectors, the directions are polar. Either the focus is on Class-A projects or distressed-type properties.
Silicon Valley’s commercial property market powered to its biggest year ever in 2021, fueled by the highest dollar volume ever recorded for office building purchases, a new CBRE report shows.
The global real estate industry is well positioned to weather rising inflation and interest rates despite increased volatility caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and higher commodity prices, according to David Kruth, Dexus’ portfolio manager for real estate securities.
CREW Network’s fourth benchmark study measures progress for women over the last 15 years and benchmarks diversity, equity and inclusion in the industry.
Boston Properties, the largest U.S. office REIT, has seen leasing demand recover to pre-pandemic levels in recent months, despite challenges posed by the omicron variant, it reported in its quarterly earnings release Wednesday.
The commercial real estate industry has had a heightened focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives over the last few decades.
Lawrence, Kansas, USA – Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network announced that CBRE has committed as CREW Network’s inaugural Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Program Partner, which supports the organization’s DEI agenda.
The Biden-Harris administration is quickly establishing new federal environment requirements affecting commercial property owners and managers.
ASTM International released its revised standard for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments on November 1, 2021. The new standard (ASTM E1527-21) updates the 2013 version of the standard (ASTM E1527-13), which is widely used by the commercial...
Commercial real estate (CRE) professionals are well aware that a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is required when acquiring commercial property. Originally intended to demonstrate that the buyer had undertaken “All Appropriate Inquiries”...