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. Produced and hosted by Miriam Hall.
Asland Capital's Jim Simmons
Asland Capital's Jim Simmons, speaking at Bisnow’s New York State of the market, on the importance of mixed use developments, raising money from diverse sources and getting affordable housing built in a challenged economic environment.
Read more: More Uncertainty Means Lenders, Developers Need More Partners To Get Deals ClosedFormer Ares, Apollo Exec Launches CRE Investment Firm, Buys 2 Apartment Buildings
BMO Capital's John Kim
John Kim, BMO Capital Markets senior analyst covering U.S. REITs, speaks about the third quarter earnings season.
Read more: Vornado Pulling Out Of New York City Casino SweepstakesDespite Outperforming Sector, SL Green Stock Being Heavily ShortedSL Green's Sluggish Leasing Sends Stock Tumbling As REIT Readies For Turnaround
MSCI's Jim Costello
Distress in real estate is prevalent in industry chatter – and in the headlines, but when it comes to sales, it is still not much of a factor. bIn fact, less than 2% of sales are distressed asset sales in the U.S., according to Jim Costello who is the chief economist at investment research firm MSCI’s Real Assets team.
Read more: CRE Loan Distress Hits 10-Year High As Office Debt Crisis AcceleratesREPORT: Regional Banks See Big Jump In Nonperforming CRE Loans, Related LossesVolume Of Distressed Asset Sales On Mute As Owners Battle A New Type Of CrisisLuck And Guts Might Not Be Enough To Ride This Real Estate Cycle
JLL Chief Technology Officer Yao Morin
JLL's CTO Yao Morin on JLL's generative artificial intelligence model, JLL GPT, and how she thinks AI can improve the lives of brokers and help them do their job. She also discusses the widespread angst about AI, its dangers and the concerns that it will push people out of employment.
‘There’s A Degree Of Wonder’: Why New AI Tools May Finally Be The Tech That Shakes Up Real Estate
What A WeWork Bankruptcy Would Mean For Office Landlords
Bisnow's U.K. Editor Mike Phillips talks about the possibility of a WeWork bankruptcy, and the impact on office landlords.
WeWork President, COO Heads For The Exit
WeWork Skips $95M In Interest Payments
WeWork Assembles Team To Avoid Bankruptcy As NYSE Starts Delisting Process
Lockton's Danielle Lombardo
Danielle Lombardo, the chair Lockton's global real estate practice, on how the cost of insurance is killing deals, and how this "inflection point' will force the industry to work together to find a solution.
Read more: ULI: CRE Insurance Availability, Affordability At 'Crisis Levels'Insurance Costs Jump 26% For U.S. Multifamily PropertiesAs Hurricane Idalia Deluges Florida, Property Insurance Exposure Exceeds $238B
Incredibly informative and helpful
Thank you for shedding light during these uncertain times. I really appreciate all that you do to explore the issues facing our industry while sharing optimism for the future. This is a must listen.
What an interesting format to deliver such great content!
I loved the casual, yet informative conversation. Masterful execution! Just missed one thing - What was that Chardonnay?! :-)
Incredible first episode -- Can't wait for the next one!!