The Revolution, Part II: Revisiting Opportunity in the Small Town

Volume 42, Number 3 February 6, 2018 By Owen M. Beitsch, Ph.D., CRE, and Tom Kohler In 2014, Real Estate Issues included a review of The Metropolitan Revolution: How Cities and Metros are Fixing our Broken Politics and Fragile Economy by Bruce Katz and Jennifer Bradley. 1 The lessons outlined remain prescient, especially for the development community seeking new […]

Fundamentals: Cybersecurity Oversight and Strategy for Commercial Real Estate

Volume 42, Number 2  January 23, 2018 By Marie-Noëlle Brisson, CRE, and Michael Savoie, Ph.D. Photo: vs148 and zhekoss/ Continued in Volume 42, Number 10 and Volume 43, Number 1. Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Oversight and Risk Management Anyone who deals with large amounts of data, especially from multiple sources, is vulnerable to the various attacks we […]

Industry Legends: Ray Torto, Ph.D., CRE

Volume 42, Number 1 November 27, 2017 Interviewer: Steve Felix Co-Founder and Partner Felix / Weiner Consulting Group New York, New York Interviewee: Ray Torto, Ph.D., CRE Lecturer Harvard Graduate School of Design Cambridge, Massachusetts Felix:  Ray, how did you get started in the commercial real estate industry? Torto: It was a little bit of a […]

Editor’s Note – Global Cities Issue

Change — like death and taxes — is certain and inevitable, so much so that it is even a fundamental premise of economic and valuation theory. Although no one has a crystal ball, it is, nonetheless, important to be able to predict the future as it is the foresight and anticipation of what is to […]

Keynote Address with Chip Conley

Speaker: Chip Conley Head of Global Hospitality & Strategy, Airbnb Moderator: Elizabeth Youngblood Lambird Executive Director, Stanford SPIRE “Dramatic disruption in the hospitality business” is what Chip Conley, Head of Global Hospitality & Strategy described as the cause and the effect of his company, Airbnb, when he spoke to the Global Cities in an Era […]

Keynote Address with Luís Bettencourt, Ph.D.

Speaker: Luís Bettencourt, Ph.D. Professor of Complex Systems, Santa Fe Institute Introduction: Howard C. Gelbtuch, CRE Principal, Greenwich Realty Advisors, Inc. Dr. LuÍs M.A. Bettencourt is Professor of Complex Systems at the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) in New Mexico. His academic background is in theoretical physics, but he has done significant work on economics and […]

Urban Infrastructure and Sustainability

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 Photo: Don Mammoser/ Speakers: Don Clark Principal, Cathexes H. Kit Miyamoto, Ph.D. CEO, Miyamoto International Steven Straus President, Glumac Moderator: Ed Friedrichs Friedrichs Group and Partner, Donald J. Clark Group Resiliency and sustainability are keys to creating smart cities for the 21st century and beyond. Creating […]

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Steering Capital to Build Sustainable Cities for the Future

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 Photo: Panimoni/ Speakers: Philip Barrett Risk Officer, Pramerica Real Estate Investors Frank Billand, Ph.D., FRICS, CIO Member of the Management Board, Union Investment Real Estate Jeff Jacobson CEO, LaSalle Investment Management Robert White, Jr., CRE, FRICS Founder & President, Real Capital Analytics Moderator: Martin Bruehl, FRICS […]

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Keynote Address with Sam Zell

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 Speaker: Sam Zell Founder/Chairman, Equity Group Investments Moderator: Ed Friedrichs Friedrichs Group Changing demographics and global economy is creating opportunities and pitfalls for commercial real estate and consumerism   Ed Friedrichs: How do you see demographics changing society, real estate, consumerism and investment opportunities? Sam Zell: […]

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