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The Rise of the Chief Information and Chief Technology Officer in Commercial Real Estate

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When this article was originally published in 2016, Chief Information and Chief Technology Officers were new to commercial real estate. As technology shifts from operational enhancement to becoming integral, strategic information and technology management becomes a central position for organizations desiring to achieve operational excellence. 

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Natural & Spontaneous Changes: Technology Advocates and Opportunities for Urban Progress

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Technology impacts nearly all aspects of daily life.  From the cars we drive to the maps we use to navigate, to the data provided by both - technology’s correlation to the real estate industry is undeniably crucial to understanding future patterns.

As operational efficiencies and the ability to make data-informed decisions through PropTech adoption become mainstream, demand is driving advocacy within commercial real estate.

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From Millennials to Technology: Betting on What Will Change the Real Estate Industry

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Predicting the future of commercial real estate in the interest of heavily invested portfolios will never be easy. However, owners continue to make 5 to 10-year projections as they seek out value and cutting edge solutions. 

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Why Innovation Matters & 3 Ways to Practice it Daily

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Tomorrow’s cities will be shaped by the strategies commercial real estate owners employ today. We spend time reading, listening, and gathering at sessions and conferences to explore better ways to do what we do, to build the best tech stacks, to leverage data, implement new and better ways to improve tenant experiences.

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The Role of the Landlord

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The role of urban landlords and their responsibilities have changed. With tenants leveraging features and amenities aimed at improving worker retention, simply managing buildings is merely the baseline - especially when it comes to evolving urban landscapes and demographics. As the urban agenda draws us closer together, new live-work-play models set the standard for property management moving forward.

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The Smartest Buildings? They Belong to Smart Owners

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Riggs Kubiak, speaking on a panel entitled, "Innovation is Reshaping Design, Construction, Development and Creating Smarter Buildings: Practical and Strategic Insights That Can Be Applied to Your Projects and Your Assets" defines smart buildings differently than you might expect. Moderated by Giselle Gagnon of Bentall Kennedy, he was joined by Thanos Lambrinos of QuadReal Property Group, Nick Cameron from Perkins + Will, and Casey Witkowicz of RYCOM Corporation.

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