Resiliency: The Next Big CRE Challenge
IRVINE, CA—The greatest challenge we see in the collective CRE industry is the ability to change quickly and to adapt to new realities, Ware Malcomb’s Larry Armstrong tells GlobeSt.com as the design firm celebrates its 45th anniversary.
ATLANTA—Over the next few years, says R. Mark Woodworth of CBRE Hotels, “Owners and operators should spend just as much time thinking about expenses as they do RevPAR.”
SAN DIEGO—There are three elements that define highly advanced connectivity and telecom infrastructure: choice of provider, redundant infrastructure and readiness to adapt to future technology, WiredScore’s John Meko tells GlobeSt.com.
STAMFORD, CT—The founder and CIO of Land and Buildings says the REIT’s stock is trading at “a significant discount to NAV,” and that consensus estimates of the company’s value are too low.
SANTA ANA, CA—“The lack of homes listed for sale is causing unadjusted house price growth to remain strong,” says First American Financial’s Mark Fleming.