Symposium Wrap Up

Speakers: John Barton Director, Stanford Architectural Design Program James Curtis III, CRE Managing Partner, Bristol Group, Inc. Bowen ‘Buzz’ McCoy, CRE Member, Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame Moderator: William L. Ramseyer, CRE Consultant, Guest Lecturer All of us who have been in the real estate investment and counseling business over the years have attended […]

Connected Citizens Enable 21st Century Urban Systems: Cities Powered by Rich Data and Smarter People

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 By Gordon Feller Photo: metamorworks/ With the arrival of new and powerful technologies and the declining costs of these technologies, some new possibilities are emerging for cities and their transport systems. For example, the Internet of Everything (IoE)1 can benefit cities by connecting people, processes, data and […]

  • Gordon Feller

What Can Go Wrong?

Many of us make our living preparing forecasts of supply and demand, income and expenses, and the anticipated actions of buyers, sellers, lenders and government agencies. Some years ago, during a presentation of ten years of projected cash flows to a client, my colleague and mentor, announced “The only thing we know for certain about […]

Redefining Urban Mobility: Four Ways Shared Autonomous Vehicles Will Reshape Our Cities

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 By Ashley Z. Hand, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Transportation technology is evolving at an exponential rate and, for the first time since the advent of the automobile itself, we have a unique opportunity to completely rethink our cities as they are shaped by transportation networks. With […]

  • Ashley Z. Hand, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Raising the IQ of Smart Cities: Chicago’s ‘Array of Things’ Urban Data Device

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 By Charles Noel Schilke Introduction: Smart Cities and the Array of Things How do we firm up the vague definition of “Smart Cities,” and begin gathering the information specifically needed to implement this idea? In particular, how do we integrate multiple Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) […]

  • Mr. Charles Noel Schilke

Virtual Technology: The Future Is Now For the Commercial Real Estate Industry

Special Issue – Global Real Estate Published: Spring 2017 By Jeffrey Fisher, Ph.D., Michael K. Lerg, and Demetrios M. Louziotis, Jr., CRE Introduction Virtual technology (“VT”) is the latest overnight sensation to hit the market. And like many overnight sensations, it has been around for quite a while. One of the first commercial uses of […]

No Brainer: Three Easy Steps To Risk-Free OpEx Reductions and Municipal Asset Valuation Increases

These days, city officials, finance officers and municipal asset managers everywhere are struggling to come to grips with two unavoidable realities: ever tightening budgetary constraints and aging government buildings badly in need of renovation and upgrade. It’s a dilemma that municipalities all over the country wrestle with every day. Government buildings are in desperate need […]

Social Media Development = Real Estate Development

Social media has come a long way in the past 10 years. What started as an online social network for a college campus quickly moved mainstream. In the early years, social media could be ignored by real estate developers as a place best suited for vacation photo sharing. That has all changed. Today, social media […]

The Cognitive Computing Revolution

Robots are no longer a fantasy from a science fiction movie. Forms of cognitive computing have become part of every day professional life — and are increasingly visible. “Hubo,” the World Economic Forum’s first robot delegate, debuted in January 2016. Six of IBM’s “Watson” cognitive supercomputers work in the healthcare industry, giving healthcare professionals fast […]

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