A podcast examining every facet of the international commercial real estate industry — from the murky future of retail and office to real estate’s reckoning with diversity to the effects of climate change on the built world, and so much more.
Peebles Corp. CEO Don Peebles
Peebles Corp. CEO Don Peebles
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Peebles' Corp. founder Don Peebles talks about his plans for Affirmation Tower, handling the RFP process and what he's learned from projects that have unraveled.
Leap's Amish Tolia
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Leap's Amish Tolia talks about working with the real estate community and why physical stores are becoming a big part of retailers' strategy.
May 9 2022
Ivanhoé Cambridge's Nathalie Palladitcheff
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Nathalie Palladitcheff, the President and the first female CEO of Ivanhoé Cambridge, the real estate subsidiary of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. She's speaking here about real estate's commitment to DEI, being a woman in the C-suite and the impact of inflation on real estate.
May 2 2022
WatermanCLARK's Ric Clark
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Ric Clark talks about his transition from a corporate job to essentially running a startup and his views on the future of the workplace. This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners
Apr 25 2022
JLL's Michael Gigliotti, CBRE's Lauren Crowley Corrinet and Alice Fair
This episode is brought to you by AREP, American Real Estate Partners. Capital markets and office brokers Michael Gigliotti, Lauren Crowley Corrinet and Alice Fair mull the leasing environment in the city and how lenders are viewing office assets.
Apr 11 2022
Legal Aid's Judith Goldiner and Rosenberg & Estis' Alexander Lycoyannis
Goldiner and Lycoyannis discuss the proposed good cause legislation.
Apr 4 2022
Kastle Systems' Haniel Lynn
Kastle Systems CEO Haniel Lynn talks about office occupancy around the country, what he predicts will happen next -- and what he makes of the fact that people' are returning to social activities at a greater rate than to their desks.
Mar 28 2022
Author Mark Hollingsworth
Mark Hollingsworth, a writer who specializes in Russia and Russian Oligarchs. His book is called Londongrad: From Russia with Cash;The Inside Story of the Oligarchs.
Mar 21 2022
ACORE's Warren de Haan
Warren de Haan, co-CEO of ACORE Capital talks about the knock-on effects of the conflict in Ukraine, where the big opportunities have been -- and where he wants to lend next.
Mar 14 2022
Cain International's Jonathan Goldstein
Cain International CEO Jonathan Goldstein talks about the acquisition of pizza chain Prezzo, why the office isn't dead -- and why businesses need to be part of fixing the housing crisis. Previous coverage of Cain: Competitive Socialising: The Ideal Floor-Filler Or Should Landlords Stay Clear ?https://www.bisnow.com/london/news/mixed-use/is-competitive-socialising-the-new-retail-casualty-in-waiting-108317 From Bidding For Tottenham To Buying Beverly Hills: Cain International Breaks Into America: https://www.bisnow.com/london/news/capital-markets/from-bidding-for-tottenham-to-buying-beverly-hills-cain-international-breaks-america-101206
Mar 7 2022
Immo's Samantha Kemp
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Feb 28 2022
How Office Owners Are Trying To Make Us Fall In Love With The Workplace Again
This Valentine's Day, we talk about the lost romance of the office -- and what landlords can do to woo tenants back to their space.
Feb 14 2022
Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather
Redfin's Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather talks through what is causing rent spikes across the country, how this will impact domestic migration -- and what should be done about the housing crisis that is now impacting the upper middle class. “Before, I think, it was something that the middle class could kind of ignore; it wasn't their problem that there wasn't affordable housing for lower-income people,” she says. "But now, middle-class people can't buy a home because they're being competed against by people coming with all-cash offers, multiple offers on a home selling for $50K above asking. It's just getting so intense that I think people are starting to understand the severity of the problem.” Read more Bisnow coverage of the housing crisis: 'The Pandemic And Rent Inflation Are Pushing People Into Potentially Dangerous Living Situations' https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/multifamily/forced-cohabitation-skyrocketing-rents-pandemic-unsafe-111723 'The Moratorium Is Over, But 'Eviction Blockades,' Exhausted Relief Have Landlords At Wit's End' https://www.bisnow.com/new-york/news/multifamily/eviction-moratorium--111744
Feb 7 2022
Related Group's Jorge And Jon Paul Pérez
Related Group Chairman and Chief Executive Jorge Pérez and President Jon Paul Perez talk south Florida real estate and the region's changing demographics, and how the company is dealing with the twin challenges of climate change and skyrocketing construction costs.
Dec 20 2021
JLL Hotels and Hospitality Global CEO Gilda Perez-Alvarado
JLL Hotels and Hospitality Global CEO Gilda Perez-Alvarado talks about the market outlook, the growing pressure in the hotel industry to meet ESG mandates — as well as the need to provide flexible workplaces to create productive teams.
Dec 13 2021
Small Change Founder Eve Picker
Eve Picker talks about democratizing real estate investment and changing perceptions about crowd funding.
Dec 6 2021
Avison Young CEO Mark Rose
Avison Young CEO Mark Rose talks about creating a diverse team without mandating quotas.
Nov 29 2021
Nadir Settles, Managing Director Nuveen
Nadir Settles, managing director at Nuveen, talks investing in New York and the company's plan to help create a diverse pipeline of talent for the industry.
Nov 22 2021
Alison Novak, Head Of Sidewalk Urban Development
Alison Novak talks about the way her company is working with developers across the country to create more sustainable and equitable projects.
Nov 15 2021
Chris Schlank, Founder of Savanna
Chris Schlank, the founder of Savanna — best known for its New York City office investments — sits down to talk with Bisnow about the uncertain terrain facing owners of urban office buildings.
Nov 8 2021