Institutional Real Estate Europe

December 1, 2020: Vol. 14, Number 11

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From the Current Issue


Side by side: Changing priorities and limited cash have taught consumers the virtues of sharing everything from taxi rides to office space. Living space may be next — unless COVID-19 derails the co-living trend

Too poor to rent a conventional apartment downtown, but too busy to add a long commute on top of a demanding work schedule, many young, single European professionals often do not have good housing choices. Add to this the likelihood that these 20- to 30-year-olds are often strangers in town looking for company, and it is clear why moving into a co-living property — a more affordable, central and sociable housing alternative — might be popular.


Assessing the tech revolution: Proptech has helped landlords and tenants through the crisis. But how will it shape the real estate landscape of the future? Nine experts offer their thoughts

Over the course of this summer, Institutional Real Estate Europe hosted two virtual proptech roundtables. These discussions looked at whether proptech will accelerate further after the COVID-19 crisis, how it can aid ESG integration into investment management decisions and whether technologies such as blockchain can change the real estate industry as we know it.


What a year: Reflecting on 2020

By the time you read this, your thoughts will no doubt have already turned to year-end bonuses, virtual Christmas parties and a well- earned break over the holidays. For many, it’s also a time for reflection, both professionally and personally, as we look to set new goals and examine how the past year has gone for us. And what a year it has been.

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