Welcoming our team back with open arms

Welcoming our team back with open arms

When organisations undertake a major relocation or refit, and at the same time look to adapt to new ways of working, change management is critical to a successful transformation, in both the short and long-term. Andrew Stringer shares his insights on the importance of a change management process following CBRE’s head office relocation in Auckland.
The success of workplace change relies on the right approach

The success of workplace change relies on the right approach

An inviting workplace delivering a variety of spaces, high-quality technology, and opportunities for connection is what will attract your team back into the office after the last two years of on-again off-again lockdowns. Kirstin Cooper outlines why change management is critical to a successful workplace transformation.
Could retail be 2022’s surprise story?

Could retail be 2022’s surprise story?

Following CBRE’s 2022 New Zealand Real Estate Market Outlook event, Zoltan Moricz outlines the performance and outlook of New Zealand’s commercial property market, plus key economic factors that are driving it.
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Welcoming our team back with open arms

Welcoming our team back with open arms

When organisations undertake a major relocation or refit, and at the same time look to adapt to new ways of working, change management is critical to a successful transformation, in both the short and long-term. Andrew Stringer shares his insights on the importance of a change management process following CBRE’s head office relocation in Auckland.
The success of workplace change relies on the right approach

The success of workplace change relies on the right approach

An inviting workplace delivering a variety of spaces, high-quality technology, and opportunities for connection is what will attract your team back into the office after the last two years of on-again off-again lockdowns. Kirstin Cooper outlines why change management is critical to a successful workplace transformation.
2022: the year overseas investors return to New Zealand property

2022: the year overseas investors return to New Zealand property

After two years of suppressed overseas investment, New Zealand’s commercial property market is set to open up to the world again. Brent McGregor shares his predictions for New Zealand's commercial property investment market in 2022.
Considering the alternatives

Considering the alternatives

At CBRE’s 2022 New Zealand Real Estate Market Outlook event, Natasha Sarkar provided insights on the Multifamily/Build-to-Rent sector, which is the fourth major sector globally. She also outlined the emerging Alternatives sectors and looked at its place in New Zealand.
Could retail be 2022’s surprise story?

Could retail be 2022’s surprise story?

Following CBRE’s 2022 New Zealand Real Estate Market Outlook event, Zoltan Moricz outlines the performance and outlook of New Zealand’s commercial property market, plus key economic factors that are driving it.
When first impressions really count

When first impressions really count

Creating a welcoming arrival experience to a premium workspace has never been as important as it is today. Campbell Pritchard looks at how the entry way into premium grade properties plays a vital role in setting the scene, creating a lasting impression and at times swaying tenants’ decisions.
Winning the overflow storage war in a tight market

Winning the overflow storage war in a tight market

As happens every year, there is a scramble to secure overflow storage space for the higher volumes of inventory our retailers need to get through the silly season. With low vacancy levels in Auckland, Claus Brewer looks at the options for seasonal overflow storage.
Put your sunglasses on, business sentiment is looking good

Put your sunglasses on, business sentiment is looking good

What is the impact of the pandemic on the future of work and how has it affected business sentiment and growth? In this CBRE Insights piece, Andrew Stringer examines occupier and business trends and why the future is looking bright.
Investors that evolve and adapt are leading the way

Investors that evolve and adapt are leading the way

To stay ahead of the curve, the commercial property sector continues to evolve and adapt to the current environment, remaining a focal point for prudent investors as it provides long-term returns for those that have secured strong assets. Richard Carr examines the trends influencing New Zealand’s commercial property investment market and what makes assets appealing to investors.