New index merges real estate economics with green design metrics
In an innovative new study, Cushman & Wakefield and Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s (NEEA) BetterBricks initiative have published the Green Building Opportunity Index - a comprehensive ranking of the top 25 U.S. markets for high performance, energy efficient office buildings. Find out what factors accelerate the development of green buildings.
In an innovative new study, Cushman & Wakefield and Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s (NEEA) BetterBricks initiative have published the Green Building Opportunity Index - in this comprehensive study of the New York Mid Town market for high performance, energy efficient office buildings find out what factors accelerate the development of green buildings.
Commercial rents on industrial property fell by an average of 5.5% in 2009 following an unprecedented fall in consumer demand for goods during the global recession. This global measure of economic performance in our latest Industrial Space Across the World report, shows that all regions of the world suffered compressed rents for the first time in the report’s 15 year history. Read the full report.
In today’s economy, with continuous change driving the rapid reorganization of corporate structures, outsourcing is quickly becoming a standard operating model for businesses. As a result, more work is being performed by outsource service providers who reside outside of the client’s domain. These circumstances are changing the scope of Corporate Governance Programs as they relate to outsource partnerships.
Read our Briefing on the changing role of governance progams in outsourcing partnerships.
Welcome to the second edition of C&W’s Energy and Sustainability Task Force Newsletter. This publication illustrates how C&W is delivering on its commitment to enhance the environmental performance of commercial real estate.
The weakness in the global economy impacted on the occupational market in every corner of the world in 2009. Vacancy rates increased and, coupled with declining occupier demand, office rents fell in the majority of markets as the pendulum swung firmly in the occupiers’ favour. Globally office market rents decreased by 10%, the first aggregated global fall recorded since 2003. No market escaped and rents were down in every region- a trend not previously seen.