Coliving in the shared economy

Coliving, perhaps the hottest trend after co-working, is being fueled by the rise in a shared economy. Spearheaded by millennials– students and young professionals alike, the concept means different things to different people. Coliving spaces, are nothing but shared accommodations providing plug-n-play rooms with facilities & amenities such as in-house cooks, wi-fi, laundry services, security […]

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AI In Property Valuation

Real Estate Valuation is based on multiple criteria like location, area, brand, accessibility and finer details of the property. However, major deciding criteria continue to be budget, location and the brand. When it comes to commercial real estate, the process, in essence, remains the same. This process involves a substantial amount of data collection and […]

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Impact of Land Constraint on Data Centres

Cloud computing and IoT have increased the amount of data that is being generated and stored, thereby driving growth of the Data Centre construction market. Today, even small and medium-sized businesses are looking to have their own data centres. This rising demand for data centres has led to a scarcity of land available for building […]

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Energy Management in CRE in Post Construction Phase

The previous article talked about energy management in CRE during construction. Here, we talk about how to best manage and conserve energy in post-construction phase.   Building management can be very complex, as it involves multiple systems working together at the same time. Seamless management of these systems leads to smooth operations.     So […]

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Tenant Improvement

Tenant improvement allowance is an important factor in lease negotiations. It is a type of agreement that states that the landlord will compensate the tenant for all or a portion of funds required to fit-out in the leased commercial space. When entering into a new lease agreement, both tenants and landlords need to be clear […]

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Artificial Intelligence Set to Change The Dynamics in Logistics and Warehousing

According to a report by Supply Chain consultancy Armstrong and Associates; “U.S. warehousing costs for 2017 were estimated to be $148.7 billion, a 3.3% increase over 2016’s $143.7 billion. Nearly $70 billion of that tally, $68.6 billion, was attributed to commercial warehousing, and the third-party logistics (3PL) value-added warehousing and distribution (VAWD) market accounted for […]

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