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Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc., offers his outlook for the durability of the current real estate recovery, as well as his thoughts on record distributions to investors, CalPERS growing commitment to infrastructure and other real assets, the comeback of CMBS, and the wave of iconic corporate campuses being constructed in the United States, particularly by technology companies.
Which property type is most promising at this time in Latin America? Which one should investors regard with caution? What factor could put the region's economic emergence in greatest peril? What single factor is most apt to ensure a positive future? For answers to those questions we turn to Alfonso Munk, CIO in the region for Prudential Real Estate Investors.
Contributing reporter Mard Naman discusses the uneven performance of the office market Down Under, based on a story he reported for the Asia Pacific edition of The Institutional Real Estate Letter.
This month, Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc., shares his perspectives on several topics discussed at the fall meeting of the IREI Editorial Advisory Board, including adjusting for risk, whether it is time for investors to emphasize debt or equity in their portfolios, and if the time is right to start tapping property markets in the euro zone in a bigger way.
What are the latest trends in sustainability, "creative office" and "intelligent buildings?" What is driving the competition among emerging nations to build the tallest and grandest structures? And what is behind the resurgence in companies — such as Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook — building signature corporate headquarters? To answer those questions and others about modern architecture, we turn to Ross Wimer, head of one of the world's largest architecture practices at Los Angeles-based AECOM.