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  • Hudson Yards: Rewriting New York's West Side Story
    Planning & development

    Hudson Yards: Rewriting New York's West Side Story

    New York is one of the smartest and most visited cities in the world. Therefore, to build a new area from scratch on an old rail yard in west Manhattan which rivals places like Madison Avenue, Times Square and Central Park as places to live, work and play might seem a crazy ambition.

  • MIPIM, day three: Technology is shaping the market
    Property technology

    MIPIM, day three: Technology is shaping the market

    “Technology provides huge opportunities for professionals if it is appropriately used and embraced.” This was one of the views that came out of a fascinating panel discussion on the third day of MIPIM.

  • Data and tech companies: Join our TAP
    Property technology

    Data and tech companies: Join our TAP

    Our Tech Affiliate Program (TAP) gives companies the chance to build a professional profile and receive annual benefits while helping to increase awareness of the impact technology has on the industry.

  • Data & technology: A new way of managing property
    Property technology

    Data & technology: A new way of managing property

    Technology moves fast – but the property industry does not. This is the essential paradox at the heart of PropTech. While technology has proved a disruptive force in other industries from music making to taxi hailing, the property industry’s insistence on long leases is not what occupiers want.

  • Opportunity driven by technology
    Property technology

    Opportunity driven by technology

    “Technology and the availability of data is changing property investment.” This was the unanimous view of a panel made up of thought leaders on our stand at MIPIM.

  • WBEF day one: Creating liveable cities in uncertain times
    Infrastructure

    WBEF day one: Creating liveable cities in uncertain times

    Is the world on the brink of a new economic era, prompted by historically high levels of populism and wealth disparity? Is the global economy locked into low growth, while carrying risks from a strong dollar, rising interest rates and currency volatility? And how will we cope as productivity fails to keep pace with a shrinking working age population in the developed economies? These were just some of the globally significant challenges put to 700 participants on the first day of the Annual Summit of the World Built Environment Forum in Shanghai.