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Our weekly #CREtech picks of trending headlines, handpicked by our CEO, Michael Beckerman
Earlier this year, SAM—or a “semi-automated mason”—showed up at the construction site of Shenandoah University’s new 80,000-square-foot James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics & Events Center in Winchester, Va.
Finding and onboarding new tenants is a huge headache. The process devours time: answering the prospect queries, coordinating showing appointments, and driving to-and-from the property.
Nielsen, a global performance management company providing a comprehensive understanding of what consumers watch and buy, recently opened its new technology hub office in New York City.
Blog-My Midtown Mojo
Accenture, a professional service company is planning a major expansion in Midtown…that will add some 800 jobs! The addition will happen in Tech Square’s Centergy building, where Accenture will add some 40,000 sq. ft. to their existing 33,000 square feet.
News - News9.com KWTV- Business News
There are as many opinions about jobs and artificial intelligence as there are people who have them. A Vanguard global economist recently said AI will replace 1in 2 jobs.
News- Business Insider Retail
Ikea is rolling out a new augmented reality (AR) application, called Ikea Place, according to Retail Dive.
Seattle-based Amazon is expanding its presence in San Diego, leasing nearly 107K SF at Alexandria Real Estate’s new Campus Pointe office complex in University City, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
News - PR Newswire
Kuper Sotheby's International Realty is now the first brokerage in the State of Texas to close on a home purchased entirely with the popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
Blog - The Hightower Blog
With tools and processes evolving at a breakneck pace, it’s difficult to keep up — let alone find reliable educational resources. Yet neglecting to learn the most commonly used tech buzzwords and concepts may put you at a disadvantage when it comes to selecting a technology solution for your real estate business.
Did you know 90% of America's rental stock was built before 1999, according to a 2011 Harvard University housing study? That’s before the iPhone, Blackberry, cellphones, even PCs. Most people received TV via antenna!