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Creating a workplace to spur innovation can be challenging in an urban environment, Microsoft’s real-estate strategy chief William Lee said.
Robert Wallace, Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust, weighs in on how the entrance of Amazon in Australia could impact the industrial property sector.
American Idea will compete with nearly 20,000 other hotels in the so-called midscale and upper-midscale business, N.Y. Times reports.
Shanghai Tower reflects wider woes in China's commercial property market as it has struggled to attract tenants.
Shanghai Tower might be China's tallest skyscraper, and the second tallest in the world, but it's struggling to find tenants. Sophia Yan reports.
Don Taylor of Swire Properties explains the opportunities present, including 2 million square feet available in its land bank for development.
Jared Kushner is landlord to Baltimore-area renters who complain about disheveled property and have faced legal action for moving out, ProPublica reports.
Knight Frank’s APAC head of research Nicholas Holt said recent overseas deals by Chinese developers are done by those who have capital offshore.
The $3 billion price tag paid by Henderson Land the notable absence of mainland developers was surprising, says Denis Ma, JLL.
Kevin Leung, Haitong International Securities Group, weighs in on Henderson Land's $3 billion purchase of a parcel of land in central Hong Kong.
The company claims more than 80,000 people in 65 major US cities, as well as a few in Europe and Israel, use WeWork's shared office space.
But the ongoing uncertainty is pushing property values into a slow fall, says Jon Rickert of GAM.
Hessam Nadji, CEO of Marcus & Millichap, says policy uncertainty is making investors adopt a "wait and see" approach in the commercial real estate investment space.
Start-up Flyspaces is aiming to become Southeast Asia’s Airbnb of office space, offering flexible rentals, the CEO told CNBC on Wednesday.
Stuart Brown, Blackwall, explains why the company brought its collaborative co-working service Wotso from Down Under to Singapore.
Global e-commerce juggernaut Amazon.com Inc on Thursday said it will open its online shopfront service in Australia.
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