Listen to our Research podcast series exploring the ideas and concepts shaping the real estate market. By researching and analysing global trends and opportunities, our team delivers valuable insights to our customers to make more informed real estate decisions.
Build-to-Rent – Who? What? Where?
Listen to co-authors, Ben Martin-Henry and Tamba Carleton, discuss their report that looks at renter households in Australia and New Zealand who form the potential demand base for BTR product. It highlights the shortcomings of the current residential rental market and identifies the opportunities that BTR has to make a positive difference for renter households.
A New Train of Thought: Developments on track in Metro Rail Precincts
Listen to Kate Bailey, Associate Director - Head of Logistics and Retail Research and the author of the report Aiden Bresolin, Senior Research Analyst discuss in under 5 minutes the findings of the first report in Australia that compiles new/proposed metro infrastructure, surrounding developments floor area added and cost, and explores key development areas at a macro scale across residential, office and retail.
On the Up and Up - The Rise of Multistorey Warehousing
Australia is on the verge of its first multistorey warehouses, with an additional 350,000sqm of distribution space required annually to service e-commerce growth and a reactive supply chain. Hear from Christine Miller, CBRE’s Senior Director of Supply Chain with Verity Jenkins, Research Analyst and one of the co-authors, on the feasibility of multistorey developments in Australia found that based on the current cost of land, associated construction costs of the facilities and forecast growth in achievable rents.
Moving into Multifamily with Coleen Pentland Lally
In this episode Ray Pittman, chats to Coleen Pentland Lally who has traveled down under from the CBRE Boston Office to talk about Multifamily (known as Build to Rent in Australia). Multifamily is now the second largest asset class in the US and Christine shares her views on what it means in Australia and how it could develop in the market in the years to come.
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