Yellow, blue, red: colourful variety is a foolproof way to be noticed. A side benefit is that colours offset the monotonous greys of the city, giving each building its own unique identity.
Resistance to real estate projects is increasingly becoming a risk factor for developers and investors. Smart acceptance management pays off.
The hotel investment market in France has been significantly overshadowed up to now by buoyant transactional activity in the UK, Spain and Germany. However, France currently offers exciting opportunities for investors – and not just in Paris.
Airports have long offered far more than transport and have become focal points for real estate development. But success requires satisfying several conditions.
The future of retail doesn’t only depend on the behaviour of consumers. It is also closely linked to bold concepts for contemporary urban development.
Wood could be the key to climate-friendly urbanisation. A growing number of architects, project developers and investors are favouring the building material and driving sustainable real estate. Are timber-construction buildings the sign of things to come?