Partnering with innovative resident engagement and building management software provider Spike Global, The Crown Estate has implemented an end-to-end residential portal at its latest development Morley House on Regent Street in London’s West End.
Technology & software solutions
GeoPhy has launched three enhancements to its Evra platform aimed at helping commercial real estate investors and lenders better screen and value multifamily properties.
BrainBox AI, a pioneer in predictive and self-adaptive commercial building technology, is activating a chain of Network Operations Centres (NOC), which enable it to provide 24/7 support to its community of global customers.
UK housebuilder Martin Grant Homes is to partner with proptech company Forsite to improve health and safety standards across its new homes’ developments.
The commercial real estate market is changing rapidly – for investors, landlords and occupiers. It’s not just the profound impact of the pandemic on the property market and the accompanying surge in companies adopting more flexible working practices for their staff. New technology is also reshaping the market, allowing companies to embrace new products and services that are changing the way commercial spaces are let, used and managed. In order to remain competitive, landlords and commercial real estate investors need be agile. They need to adapt quickly and provide the flexibility their customers increasingly want.
There’s no doubt that technology has the power to transform the entire real estate value chain. Investors, asset managers, landlords, tenants and residents all need to be ready for this shift. The change will result in a closer relationship between investors and the end-users, eventually creating a better experience for everyone. On one level, it’s no surprise that the real estate industry is embracing new technology. After all, ordinary consumers now expect far greater levels of convenience as services like home delivery have mushroomed, allowing them to order virtually anything with a few taps of their smartphone.
By A Paris – When Covid-19 first plunged the world into a series of successive lockdowns in the early part of last year, to many, the prospects for the global property industry appeared bleak.
Andrew Baum has joined Pi Labs, one of Europe’s most active PropTech investors, as Research & Strategy Partner.
In a move that will help retail and hospitality businesses better understand customer behaviour, CACI, a consumer and location intelligence specialist, and O2 Motion, a provider of insights on aggregated and anonymised population movement, have joined forces to create a comprehensive and accurate location intelligence service.
IST3 Investment Foundation, acting on behalf of and for the account of its investment vehicle IST3 Infrastruktur Global (IST3 IG), has partnered with Greenbyte, a software partner for global renewable portfolios, to monitor and optimise the operations of its renewable assets in Europe.