Building immunity through real estate: trends to shape real estate into 2021

Building immunity through real estate: trends to shape real estate into 2021

The world has changed as we know it and COVID-19 will have lasting impacts on real estate, acting as a catalyst for changes in human behaviour and accelerating trends that were emerging. Zoltan Moricz highlights the four key themes driving change during and after the global pandemic.
Five factors underpinning the resilience of Christchurch commercial real estate despite Covid-19

Five factors underpinning the resilience of Christchurch commercial real estate despite Covid-19

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the rise in activity we’ve seen in Christchurch shows the commercial real estate sector remains strong. Tim Rookes outlines five factors underpinning the resilience of the Garden City.
Will the removal of car parking minimums improve housing affordability?

Will the removal of car parking minimums improve housing affordability?

New government policy came into effect recently stating that property developers will no longer have to provide car parking in new projects, has been met with praise and consternation in equal measures. Tim Brown examines the benefits of this policy and whether these benefits will be realised.
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Building immunity through real estate: trends to shape real estate into 2021

Building immunity through real estate: trends to shape real estate into 2021

The world has changed as we know it and COVID-19 will have lasting impacts on real estate, acting as a catalyst for changes in human behaviour and accelerating trends that were emerging. Zoltan Moricz highlights the four key themes driving change during and after the global pandemic.
Five factors underpinning the resilience of Christchurch commercial real estate despite Covid-19

Five factors underpinning the resilience of Christchurch commercial real estate despite Covid-19

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the rise in activity we’ve seen in Christchurch shows the commercial real estate sector remains strong. Tim Rookes outlines five factors underpinning the resilience of the Garden City.
Will the removal of car parking minimums improve housing affordability?

Will the removal of car parking minimums improve housing affordability?

New government policy came into effect recently stating that property developers will no longer have to provide car parking in new projects, has been met with praise and consternation in equal measures. Tim Brown examines the benefits of this policy and whether these benefits will be realised.
The Future of the Office

The Future of the Office

Has Covid-19 changed the location, design and use of office space? Zoltan Moricz examines responses gathered from CBRE Global Research and outlines how the survey’s findings can help to identify evolving workplace trends and the changing sentiment towards office environments in New Zealand.

Surging need for retail safety stock pushing industrial property demand

Demand for industrial property across New Zealand is surging as retailers hold stock in the wake of recent disruption to the sector, according to the Head of CBRE’s Supply Chain Advisory across the Pacific region.

Blueprint can help property industry play its part in reducing carbon emissions

At a time when many New Zealand companies’ actions to combat climate change in the annual Carbon Disclosure Project rankings have been described as ‘underwhelming’, Zoltan Moricz has outlined a blueprint to help the country’s corporate real estate sector to make a positive impact in reducing carbon emissions.

It’s the future, but not as we know it...

When 5G arrives, it will bring huge possibilities for businesses and their workspaces. To understand what this new technology can offer and what you can do to prepare for it, Stefan Winstanley had a peek at the Spark 5G test lab.