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Increasing alignment of corporate real estate’s (CRE) strategic goals with broader enterprise priorities is a key insight emerging from JLL’s top 10 CRE trends for 2019.
They include a mix of both priorities that are shared across the business (including CRE), as well as real estate-specific strategic priorities and operational imperatives.
Enterprise wide priorities impact CRE as much as any other part of an organisation, or CRE has a role in delivering or enhancing:Responsible enterprise: Like other functions, there is mounting pressure for the organisation to be more transparent and accountable. This incorporates data protection, responsible procurement, and high standards of ethics.Inclusive workplace: Companies that embrace diversity and inclusion perform better, and an inclusive culture can improve innovation. CRE can play a major role by facilitating an inclusive workplace that supports diversity in all its forms.Urban futures. Busin…
Here’s how flexspace is transforming worn-out buildings and benefitting local businesses
Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, UK, is home to a close-knit community and a thriving independent business scene. But before Regus opened a location there in August 2018, there were very few options for professionals seeking flexible ways to hire an office space.
“Our hot-desking concept is a real niche in the Henley market as there is nothing else like it available in the area,” says Hannah Massie, Community and Sales Manager for Regus Henley-On-Thames. “We’ve got many start-ups and sole traders who used work out of coffee shops that now having access to a great co-working community instead.”
Located on Newtown Business Estate, Regus Henley-On-Thames already had a potential building it could have moved into – but it was not up to scratch. “The site hadn’t had a lot of TLC,” explains Massie, “hence Regus basically stripping it down and starting again.”<…
Buying a home is a big decision in life. For a super luxurious condominium worth more than THB 50 million per unit in a prime location, it is hard to know which building or unit will suit you the best without a real test of actually living in the building.
I suggest that, for some high-end purchasers, choosing to rent a condominium unit in a building they are interested in for at least a year, will allow them to get real experiences of living in it, before making a purchasing decision and paying a huge amount of money to actually own a unit in the building.
Once purchased, there is no going back unless you resell it. To avoid such headaches of buying a condominium unit that you may regret later, the purchasers may want to make sure which condominium building and unit will meet their minimum requirements.
Simply inspecting the property at the site or show unit is not enough to really tell what the real living experience will be.