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Research • Office

Predicting the Return to the Office

The rise of the Delta variant has increased uncertainty and pushed back return-to-office plans for some occupiers. This global report provides insight into the factors impacting occupier and employee decisions along with a potential trajectory of when employees will return to the office en masse in each global region.
Kevin Thorpe • 9/24/2021
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Research • Industrial

2021 Industrial Construction Map

Use Cushman & Wakefield's interactive map to find out how much industrial commercial real estate construction activity is taking place in select United States cities.
10/6/2021

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Healthcare

2020 Healthcare Investor Outlook
Research • Healthcare

2020 Healthcare Investor Outlook Survey

Cushman & Wakefield surveyed a healthcare real estate investors for their predictions on the state of the market in 2020.
Lorie Damon • 1/16/2020
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Research • Healthcare

Vital Signs: 2021 Healthcare and Medical Office Report

Cushman & Wakefield's Vital Signs Healthcare and Medical Office report covers the sector's positive outlook and growth.
Lorie Damon • 9/30/2021

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Hospitality

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Research • Hospitality

Hospitality & Gaming U.S. Lodging Industry Overview

Mid-year 2021, in the U.S. lodging industry, hotel-occupied room nights more than doubled for the second quarter of 2021 compared to 2020, as 1.7 million more guests stayed in hotels each night.
Elaine Sahlins • 8/30/2021
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Insights • Hospitality

The strongest hotels are strategizing for a successful comeback

With little to zero travel happening since the pandemic’s inception, hotels have taken a hit like never before. As countries undertake various phased measures and approaches to recovery readiness, the hotel industry is poising itself for its own path forward.
Elaine Sahlins • 7/29/2020

Industrial

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Research

Commodities Volatility

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2021: Increasing demand for construction materials, limited product inventory and supply chain disruptions are driving up construction costs and resulting in longer lead times for obtaining materials
David Smith • 9/16/2021
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Research • Industrial

North American Ports Report

To keep up with this pace of goods coming into the continent, the North American industrial market has absorbed over 217 million square feet (msf) in the first half of 2021 alone, a 94% increase over the first half of 2020.
Carolyn Salzer • 9/1/2021

Research • Industrial

Global Manufacturing Risk Index

Lisa Graham • 8/11/2021

Insights • Industrial

Global Logistics Outlook

Dominic Brown • 5/17/2021

Research • Industrial

2021 US Industrial Construction Report Map

10/6/2021

Article • Industrial

Future-Proofing the Food & Beverage Supply Chain

Ken Reiff • 10/1/2021

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MarketBeats

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MarketBeat • Office

Office Reports

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends.
David Smith • 10/14/2021
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MarketBeat • Retail

Shopping Center Reports

Cushman & Wakefield Marketbeat reports analyze quarterly commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends.
Kenneth McCarthy • 10/14/2021

MarketBeat • Industrial

U.S. Industrial MarketBeat Reports

Carolyn Salzer • 10/7/2021

MarketBeat • Capital Markets

US Capital Markets MarketBeat

David Bitner • 2/11/2020

MarketBeat • Multifamily

US Multifamily MarketBeat

Kristina Garcia • 2/11/2020

MarketBeat • Data Center

North American Data Center MarketBeats

Kevin Imboden • 10/21/2019

MarketBeat • Insights

U.S. MarketBeats

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New Perspectives

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Research

Reasons for Optimism: Office Tour Activity Is Surging. Now What?

It’s undoubtedly true that the office sector’s near-term performance remains firmly tied to the resolution of the pandemic. With the continued spread of the Delta variant delaying some occupiers’ plans to fully return to the office, uncertainty continues to exist.
David Smith • 8/16/2021
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Research • Workplace

10 Key Learnings and What They Mean for Real Estate

It’s likely a fool’s errand to try to wrap all the complexities, shifts, challenges and surprises of 2020 into a meaningful summary. However, throughout the year, our team did uncover and analyze major trends and key learnings that emerged for the real estate industry.
Kevin Thorpe • 3/2/2021

Insights • Economy

Georgia Real Estate Market View

Nina Kipiani • 9/23/2021

Insights • Economy

Serbia Real Estate Market View

Tamara Kostadinovic • 8/25/2021

Insights • Economy

Norway Real Estate Market View

Hans Petter Skogstad • 8/25/2021

Insights • Economy

Romania Real Estate Market View

7/27/2021

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Retail

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Research

Commodities Volatility

UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2021: Increasing demand for construction materials, limited product inventory and supply chain disruptions are driving up construction costs and resulting in longer lead times for obtaining materials
David Smith • 9/16/2021
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Article • Retail

Innovative Turnkey Strategies Benefit Retailers and Landlords

Both retailers and landlords are discovering the unique benefits of turnkey retail. Retailers enjoy the simplified approach to setting up a new location and landlords benefit by luring new and emerging brands to their centers.
Alanna Loeffler • 7/22/2021

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Sustainability & Wellness

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Article • Sustainability

Countering Climate Change with ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager

Running buildings efficiently is critical to not only save money, but also to help protect the environment. 

 

Jack Pufunt • 8/3/2021
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Article • Sustainability

The State of Sustainability in Corporate Real Estate and Beyond

Based on an episode of What’s Next in Corporate Real Estate here’s the good news and the bad news concerning environmental practices in real estate as well as what the future holds.

Michael Creamer • 7/26/2021

Insights • Sustainability

Global Sustainable Events Charter

Rose Ellis • 7/21/2021

Insights • Sustainability

All about carbon

Melissa Gutierrez-Sullivan • 5/26/2021

Technology

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Research • Technology

5G is here. Why it matters and how it will play a part in a post-COVID-19 world

With working from home becoming the ‘new normal’ due to COVID-19 – at least in the short term – being better connected via 5G has become crucial to organizations.
Robert Franch • 6/1/2020
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Video • Technology

Fifth Wall and Cushman & Wakefield: The return to public spaces

Analysis of how buildings and the technology in them will change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the changing dynamic between landlords and tenants.
5/21/2020

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FEATURED MARKETBEAT REPORTS

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MarketBeat • Insights

Chicago

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Linsey Smith • 10/15/2021
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MarketBeat • Insights

New York City Area

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Lori Albert • 10/15/2021
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MarketBeat • Insights

Dallas/Fort Worth

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Ching-Ting Wang • 10/13/2021
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MarketBeat • Insights

Cincinnati

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
Jarrett Hicks • 10/13/2021
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MarketBeat • Insights

Rochester

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
7/23/2021
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MarketBeat • Insights

Cleveland

Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.
David Leb • 7/27/2021

FEATURED ARTICLES

Third quarter 2021 fast facts
Article • Office

ATLANTA - Q3 Office Fast Facts

As Atlanta’s employment fundamentals continued to strengthen, the office market began to follow suit in Q3. Vacancy stabilized and several large tenants signed deals during the quarter, suggesting that absorption will continue trending positively throughout the remainder of the year as these firms complete buildout and begin to occupy their new office spaces.
Brandon LaBord • 10/6/2021
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Article • Industrial

Future-Proofing the Food & Beverage Supply Chain

While the impacts of COVID-19 are still unfolding, it’s increasingly clear that food and beverage companies will need to continue to evolve their strategies when it comes to inventory management, real estate decisions, automation, packaging and sustainability among other things.

Ken Reiff • 10/1/2021
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Article • Office

DALLAS - Tech Industry

Technology has become an omnipresent force in our daily life and is a strong driving force in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. The metropolitan area ranks among the top 10 MSAs in the nation for high-tech employment with the sector expected to continue its growth trajectory through 2025.
Ching-Ting Wang • 9/28/2021
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Article • Industrial

Florida PDS Helps Clients Navigate Construction Delays

TENANTS AND OCCUPIERS IN FLORIDA MUST ANTICIPATE UNCERTAINTY IN CONSTRUCTION PRICING AND TIMELINES THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF 2022.
Carey Poole • 9/23/2021
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Article • Retail

What’s Next In-Store: Retail Tenants of Tomorrow

Our panel of retail experts shared insights on the future of retail and emerging retail tenants. This in-depth discussion covered the changing retail landscape, what retail trends are driving real estate growth, and how to best accommodate retailers who are new to brick-and-mortar.
Barrie Scardina • 9/23/2021
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Article • Healthcare

ATLANTA - Medical Office

Atlanta’s medical office market remained healthy throughout the first half of 2021. No material defaults occurred and the average asking rent continued to climb.
George Olmstead • 9/23/2021

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