Hard lockdowns, pandemic-related restrictions and the changing nature of work has led to a decline in activity across the commercial real estate sector.
Workplaces of all types and sizes have been disrupted, forcing stakeholders to ask fundamental questions about the sector’s future performance.
The Urban Developer’s Commercial Real Estate vSummit will bring together experts from across the industry to address the major challenges and questions facing the future of commercial real estate.
What is the current and future state of office markets?
How are tenants likely to respond to their future workspace requirements?
How have developer and investor appetites shifted in response to changing demand?
What is the outlook for office market yields and cap rates?
How has the design of workspaces been affected by shifts in behaviour?
What do the flexible workplaces of the future look like?
How has sustainability and building performance adapted to this shift?
Hear from leading developers, investors, tenants, designers, researchers, specialists and experts over the course of a day to explore how Australia’s commercial and office sector is expected to perform beyond 2020.
BEYOND 2020: LOOKING PAST A YEAR LIKE NO OTHER
The past, present and future of commercial real estate in Australia.
Head of Research, Australia
RESILIENCE AND RECOVERY IN THE OFFICE SECTOR
How developers, owners and tenants are bouncing back from the pressures of the pandemic.
CEO & Founder
DEVELOPERS DOING IT DIFFERENTLY
Case studies that demonstrate development excellence in the office sector.
Achieving sustainable outcomes on B-grade commercial assets.
The Foundry, South Eveleigh
Senior Development Manager
BOUTIQUE BUILDINGS, DONE BETTER
Designing and delivering premium boutique workplaces that outperform.
Time & Place
How sustainability, technology and human-centric innovation are enhancing asset performance.
Michael Di Russo
Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Human Geographer & Tenant Advisor
Cushman & Wakefield
ZOOMING INTO THE FUTURE
What does the head of zoom think about the future of office spaces?
Head of Australia and Asia Pacific
Zoom Video Communications