Corporate Real Estate

Real Estate's Role in the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Agenda

Key strategies for commercial real estate leaders to move toward a more sustainable future

The past two years have seen an unprecedented degree of disruption—from the pandemic to climate-related events to social justice protests. This convergence of global challenges has heightened focus on the environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and trained a spotlight on corporate real estate (CRE) leaders' purpose and mission.

CRE leaders have an important opportunity—if not an obligation—to affirm the mission and purpose of our industry.

What’s in the Report

The Future of Corporate Real Estate: Quality of Life Matters

By: Dave Kimball

The corporate real estate (CRE) industry plays an increasingly important role in helping businesses enhance their workplace strategy.  This profession is instrumental in designing workplaces that impact employee engagement, performance and wellness.  These factors not only impact business results but also affect employee Quality of Life.

GRESB, Explained


If you’ve been following Measurabl, or the world of sustainability reporting at-large, you’ve probably come across the mysterious acronym “GRESB”. Unless you’re immersed in the world of commercial real estate, chances are you read it as just another piece of forgettable jargon. But don’t dismiss it so quickly! GRESB - the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark - is one of the many emerging organizations issuing standards for “how thou shalt disclose” on your organization’s sustainability performance.

Workplace Integration 2.0 ~ What’s it really mean to me?


A recurring theme in Sodexo’s Workplace Trends 2013 Report is the need for Corporate Real Estate (CRE) and Facilities Management (FM) professionals to shift their entire approach.  The new method is  a mindset where “human centric” needs are given just as much attention as traditional asset and infrastructure considerations. In other words, it’s about shifting from a “Cost per Square Foot” to a “Quality of Life per Square Foot” approach.

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