The hospitality sector faced a punishing loss of income in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but signs of recovery are already beginning to appear.
From the Current Issue
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the institutional real estate community has taken steps to adapt, which can be seen in the responses to our annual investor survey.
An attribute of real estate is antifragility; antifragile investments are those whose performance improves in relation to the size of the external shocks.
In an environment where institutional investors are increasingly looking for alternatives to traditional property types, it is worth taking a closer look at the healthcare sector.
The following is a selection of the topics and themes raised by members of the editorial board and discussed at the most recent board meeting.
For possibly the first time in modern history, workers en masse are making the conscious decision to live where they want — and work follows them.
Instead of attempting to engineer alignments that can’t truly be engineered, focus on the character of those with whom you are doing business.
Alternative property types could make up nearly 50 percent of real estate portfolios by 2030, up from 12 percent now
A majority of real estate fund sponsors believe capital will be more abundant in 2021 than 2020.