The US – without the same public sector dominance that has occurred in the UK, Australia & New Zealand since the Second World War – has a long-established corporate-built & -owned rental housing sector, commonly called multifamilies.
Without some of the support structure which exists in the US & UK, CBRE head of research Zoltan Moricz said it might be futile to throw them up as useful precedents for a similar evolution here.
A research paper by International Workplace Group plc showing very high preference among office users for flexible workspace turns out, on closer inspection, to be an advocacy paper.
Auckland University Business School’s Property Department hosts an international conference next week highlighting trends, insights & challenges.
Published 23 October 2005 Property Council seminars often present an array of snapshots which are hard to piece together into a coherent article. From an investment seminar last week, I’ve pulled out some of the comments by AMP Capital Investors (NZ) Ltd’s head of relationship management, Tore Hayward, Jones Lang LaSalle managing director Peter Coman, […]