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brandonlin August 03, 2021
Style and substance go hand in hand, as both innovation and data collection have laid the foundation for technology’s future in real estate. Spanning three days, the latest Commercial Observer forum — the inaugural IGNITEevent — identified the opportunities that the property technology (proptech) sphere h...
brandonlin August 02, 2021

VAXJO, Sweden — Stockholm and its suburbs are filled with construction cranes these days, reflecting a growing population combined with a housing shortage. But few of its developments are as extensive as Hagastaden, just to the north of central Stockholm where it meets the neighboring municipality of Solna.

Here, it looks as if a...

brandonlin August 02, 2021

Technology innovators and entrepreneurs across Europe are increasingly eyeing the construction industry.

It helps that construction is a mega market of almost €2tn on the continent alone. But founders, and their investors, aren’t attracted only by market size. They’re betting on the impact of digital transformation in an industry that has been, so far, a sleepi...

brandonlin August 01, 2021
ABI Research reckons digital twins will become the ultimate tool for city governments to design, plan and manage their connected infrastructure and achieve cost-savings of $280bn by 2030.
brandonlin July 28, 2021
TORONTO, CANADA, JULY 28, 2021Bridgit, the leading construction workforce intelligence technology company, announced today that Multiplex Construction Canada Ltd....
brandonlin July 26, 2021
As more people have regained comfort with shopping for groceries in stores, the biggest name in online grocery delivery is seeking a new edge.
brandonlin July 26, 2021
JBG Smith, main developer of National Landing in Arlington, Virginia, has selected Common to manage the 216 co-living units at 2221 S. Clark St., formerly the WeWork co-living community WeLive Crystal City. The building’s co-living units are now available starting at less than $1,000 per month. Common maintains a management portfolio of approximately 7,000 units and has over 26,000 signed uni...
brandonlin July 20, 2021
For the last decade or so, malls have been dying. Surprisingly, the pandemic may save them.
brandonlin July 20, 2021
Exploding demand for curb space in urban areas has inspired new technologies like "digital smart zones" that help cities manage those narrow but increasingly valuable tracts of real estate.
brandonlin July 19, 2021
As one of the world’s biggest economic ecosystems, the construction industry has a major part to play in achieving global sustainability goals. “Ecosystem” in this article refers to the full life cycle (design, materials manufacturing, construction, usage, and demolition) of all residential and commercial buildings and infrastructure. While the industry is generally not seen...