• How much would it cost to move every home in the U.S. to zero-carbon e

    Fast Company 10/28/20

    A typical American household runs on fossil fuels: natural gas for heat, hot water, and the kitchen stove, gas or diesel to power the cars in the driveway, and coal and natural gas still powering the majority of the electricity flowing in the home, even as the amount of wind... Read more

  • HqO Wins Prestigious Award in Commercial Real Estate Tech

    GlobeNewswire 10/28/20

    HqO, the end-to-end operating system for commercial office buildings, is pleased to announce that they are a Seventh Annual Real Estate Tech Awards (#RETAS) winner in the Office category, presented by CREtech (, the largest event, data, and content platform in the commercial real estate tech industry. Read more

  • Artificial Intelligence Is Used To Understand The Geospatial World To Improve Business And Governmental Performance

    Forbes 10/28/20

    Recently, there was brief news about Microsoft Flight Simulator and a tower more than 200 stories tall – created by a typo. As funny as that was, it missed the larger picture. Google Earth started a trend that has continued, and the virtualization of the world has proceeded at a rapid pace.... Read more

  • Delinquent Mall Owners Face Foreclosure

    Wall Street Journal 10/28/20

    More lenders are starting to deliver a stern new message to delinquent mall owners: time to pay up. During the early months of the pandemic, lenders were willing to allow rent deferrals and offer other concessions to retail property owners. Retail cash flow would return once the initial lockdown period passed, lenders... Read more

  • CoStar plots international push with Emporis buy

    The Real Deal 10/28/20

    Commercial real estate data giant CoStar Group has acquired real estate data company Emporis, a move that will boost its European presence. Germany-based Emporis has data on 700,000 buildings records across 100 countries, CoStar said Tuesday. Read more

  • Evolving Reddit’s Workforce

    Reddit Blog 10/28/20

    Earlier this year, Reddit had to evolve with the unexpected challenge of going 100% remote. Our employees, or Snoos as we’re known, rose to the occasion, adapting our business and the way we work together quickly to help Reddit come out stronger on the other side. Evolve is one of... Read more

  • Camber Creek Closed $155M Fund

    The Real Deal 10/28/20

    Camber Creek — an early backer of proptech startups including VTS and WhyHotel — has raised $155 million from investors for its third and largest fund.  The venture capital firm said the fund was oversubscribed; it set out to raise $120 million last year. Institutional investors including the Texas Employees Retirement System... Read more

  • In a Battered New York Office Market, Life Science Is Flourishing

    The New York Times 10/28/20

    With state and city government support, developers are building laboratories for medical research and incubator spaces for biotech start-ups amid the race for a coronavirus vaccine. Read more

  • The Millennial Dilemma

    newcities 10/27/20

    ‘The Millennial Dilemma’, a seminal study exploring the future of North American cities by forecasting where the Millennial generation will live and why. Millennials have proven themselves to be a resilient generation, struggling to make the best choices for themselves and their families within the constraints forced upon them. In... Read more

  • Dealpath wins CREtech RETAs Award in the Investment Solutions Category

    Dealpath 10/27/20

    Dealpath, the real estate industry’s leading cloud-based deal management platform, is pleased to announce that the company is the Seventh Annual Real Estate Tech Awards (#RETAS) winner in the Investment Solutions category, presented by CREtech (, the largest event, data and content platform in the commercial real estate tech industry. Read more