CPE’s Coronavirus Coverage
- Jul 01, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold across the U.S. and the world, Commercial Property Executive is covering the health crisis and its impact on real estate through regular news updates, features and expert advice to help inform and guide our readers.
Our latest coverage (updated regularly):
Driftwood Capital CEO Carlos Rodriguez Sr. on solutions for an industry in pressing need of rescue capital.
InSite Property Group’s Nathan McElmurry discusses the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on self storage and talks about the company’s approach to overcoming challenges.
COVID-19 replaces infrastructure as the No. 1 topic in The Counselors of Real Estate’s annual survey.
Despite near-term concerns, the Q2 2020 USG Corporation + U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index shows the commercial construction industry is poised for recovery.
The American Institute of Architects’ monthly Architecture Billings Index indicates that activity has yet to rebound from its pandemic-induced decline.
Pacific Retail Capital Partners’ Najla Kayyem on what it takes to safely get back to business in retail, one of the hardest-hit sectors affected by COVID-19.
MC Cos. President & Partner Lesley Brice shares how her company managed to stay true to its culture of “sharing the good life” during the pandemic.
The return is gradual and differs dramatically among major metros, according to an analysis of building access data by Kastle Systems International.
Newmark Knight Frank’s new report concludes that the life sciences sector is recession-resilient.
The pandemic and subsequent quarantine measures have greatly accelerated our dependence on online retailers, according to Andrew Chung of Innovo Property Group.
Workthere’s Ted Skirbunt discusses the serviced office sector’s rebound as the year progresses following the pandemic’s irreversible impact.
The pandemic has brought about significant changes, which will be around long after the crisis is over, notes CenterSquare’s Scott Crowe.
Avison Young’s Jonathan Hipp on why now is the time to strike, as a critical July 15 deadline nears.
Despite widespread disruptions, postponement rather than cancellation will be the outcome for the majority of interrupted projects.