At Hines, we have the advantage of viewing our industry through a global lens. This perspective provides the best for our clients and has become the hallmark of our success, with boots on the ground around the world. This also provides a unique opportunity to share our thoughts and resources to a greater audience.
Hines Global Perspectives Forums
We recently started a series of forums—virtual panels with industry thought leaders and Hines experts discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the commercial real estate industry and across all sectors.
Is the office as we knew it now extinct? We don’t think so, and we asked some of our most-trusted architectural partners to join us to candidly discuss future implications and potential design interventions.
Cách đánh xóc đĩa luôn thắngDisruption creates opportunity for organizations to reimagine their mission. It starts with striking the right tone with employees who have faced upheaval in their work and home environments and multiple stressors in their personal lives all at once.
COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of our lives. The long-term effect on the real estate sector remains to be seen, but one thing we know for certain is that the way we live and work is set to change.
The short- and long-term impacts of COVID-19 affect Retail more than most other real estate sectors. The future winners and losers will be determined by how changes to the business model are addressed.
Over the past several months, “business as usual” has been anything but normal. Sales and Marketing depend on personal interaction – and social distancing, working from home, and mandatory masks seem at odds with that need. But what can we learn from this? And how can we apply those lessons to the future?
The Industrial/Logistics sector is weathering the COVID-19 crisis comparatively well, in large part due to increased tenant demands during the pandemic. Changing retail dynamics and the shift toward e-commerce are just some of the reasons industrial investment could become even more attractive.