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brandonlin August 02, 2021
HONG KONG—For years, China Evergrande Group rode some of the biggest trends in Chinese finance, using debt-fueled growth to capitalize on a seemingly unstoppable property boom in China. Global investors, many of whom b...
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 02, 2021
Climate leader brings a focus on social justice and scaling impact to the world’s most ambitious, advanced, and holistic non-profit organization for buildings
 
August 3, 2021 (SEATTLE)—Today the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) Board of Directors named Lindsay Baker as
brandonlin August 01, 2021
Heated saltwater swimming pools. Craft beer and cocktail bars. Pilates and wine tasting. There’s a lot more to today’s senior housing communities than the drab and dreary independent living and 55-plus properties of the past. Fortified by a lifetime of housing experiences and bolstered by decades of income and retirement savings, baby boomers remain renters of choice, and, as they consider sen...
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 August 01, 2021
Amazon's biometric palm reader is making its way into the company's Whole Foods and cashierless Go stores — and Axios editor-in-chief Nick Johnston, lover of all things automated, had to try it out on a visit to a Go store in New York, Bryan writes.
brandonlin August 01, 2021
Mark Zikra, SVP of Technology & Innovation at CA Ventures, reveals his company’s process to research and implement CCTV and access controls across their asset portfolio.
brandonlin August 01, 2021
The nation’s largest single-family rental player is expanding. Invitation Homes will buy 7,500 new homes over the next five years from PulteGroup, the third-largest homebuilder in the U.S., in a bid to capture explosive demand from renters seeking more space.
brandonlin August 01, 2021
In 2015, during California’s last years-long drought, then-Gov. Jerry Brown mandated that Californians cut back ...