Allowing people to communally own land but retain individual ownership of their homes can help ensure access to adequate housing and protect public resources
Rising rents in global cities are forcing mayors to consider market caps – but they can constrain housing supply and worsen the problem
This is how the real estate industry can transition to a future where buildings are liveable, sustainable, resilient and affordable.
We can make our spaces more liveable, sustainable, resilient and affordable by leveraging technology, rethinking design and improving community engagement
Digital replicas of buildings can make construction safer, more innovative and more cost-efficient – and help save the planet as urban areas continue to grow
It's not just office skyscrapers: the ground floor, which animates our life on the streets, will be key to building back after the COVID pandemic.
In the US, the first 3D-printed homes are being built, including a project in Texas to build affordable housing to help tackle shortages and homelessness.
The technology to create sustainable smart offices is here – but the real-estate industry does not take enough advantage of it to build or manage new projects
The way they are run, led and managed will mark the difference between the cities that 'build back better' in the coming years and those that struggle.
Three hundred kilometres north of Medina, the region is developing its tourist economy, while aiming to preserve its local culture and heritage, in line with the Kingdom's Vision 2030 pro...
Melbourne's long history of adapting to sudden crises will serve it well as it looks to pull out of the pandemic and revitalize itself for all its citizens
Cities looking to contribute to the recovery and minimize their environmental impact can start by focusing on the social benefits of new developments.
As car-sharing, ride-sharing and self-driving vehicles transform urban mobility, what use can we put the space once devoted to vehicles doing nothing?
With the shift to working from home during the pandemic, we lost a range of life experiences. If real estate is to regain its value, it must be designed around people
The pandemic has signalled the importance of real-estate transparency in the urban environment, and it is increasing globally with room for improvement.