After smooth sailing for much of last year, commercial real estate investment market participants are now navigating choppy waters. To further understand how inflation is impacting property values, Green Street turns to a highly respected industry leader: Mike Van Konynenburg, President of Eastdil Secured.
May 18, 2022
The Pan-European Residential sector continues to be seen as a safe haven for investors, but will supply finally catch up to demand this year? Gain exclusive insight on what to expect from Residential performance in ’22, including the key bright spots and warning signs you need to know to make informed investment decisions in this constantly evolving business environment.
February 3, 2022
As politicians, investors, and corporate leaders have heightened their focus on achieving net-zero emissions in the effort to stem climate change, real estate is on center stage given buildings’ sizable contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. A panel of real estate and climate technology experts will discuss property owners’ efforts to reduce carbon footprints.
October 5, 2021
As Green Street looks ahead to what we anticipate 2022 bringing in terms of real estate deals, we look forward to sharing insights and perspectives with a valued industry leader. Please join Green Street on Wednesday, September 22nd for a candid conversation with Mike Van Konynenburg, President of Eastdil Secured. Dave Bragg, Co-Head of Strategic Research at Green Street, will host the discussion.
September 22, 2021
The outlook for commercial real estate fundamentals has continued to improve in most property sectors while real estate values have appreciated in a low-rate environment. But how long can this sharp upward trajectory observed in pricing continue and how should buyers be advised to navigate the market in the near- and long-term?
September 8, 2021
It has been easy to point to challenges in the retail business during the peak Covid period. But with economies rebounding, consumers flush with cash and retail values much lower than before the pandemic, investors would be well-served to assess whether pockets of opportunity have emerged.
June 2, 2021
Join Green Street for a conversation about the prospects for de-urbanization in the US and Europe. The conversation will center around the potential for a reversal of the multidecade urbanization megatrend that brought successful firms and productive workers to gateway metro areas and from the suburbs into urban areas.
March 3, 2021