Latin America is undergoing a transformation as the rapidly evolving dynamic of live-work-play transpires into the need to modernize real estate in its major urban environments.
New technologies and disruptions are affecting the way many companies conduct their business. With these changes shaking up the way companies use their real estate, developing new strategies and capabilities is paramount to facilities management teams.
Hotels across Puerto Rico have come back online after renewed capital investments and paired with economic incentives and strategic efforts of the Government of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Government.
An annual overview providing a snapshot of key and emerging hotel markets across the continent.
Discover the main global trends that will have a great impact on your business as well as the way your real estate strategy can help you respond to these challenges. With concepts such as flex spaces, collaborative ecosystems and a digital imperative, you can adopt a more resilient approach to your strategy in 2019
Buenos Aires corporate office stock added square meters on the first quarter of 2019.
An overview of Puerto Rico and its retail market.
Un update of the Office market in Lima, Peru.
The latest data and information about the Office market in Buenos Aires.
Cali features a highly consolidated industrial sector. Bucaramanga boasts the highest education rates. The Caribbean is home of three of the main urban areas in Colombia.
Medellin has had an outsized role in the Colombian economy and currently accounts for 14% of national GDP.
An overview of the real estate office market of Quito, the capital city of Ecuador.
The significant decrease in the total vacancy, is mainly explain, by the lower annual production and strongly accentuated by the absorption close to 146,000 square meters accumulated at the end of 2017.
The latest indicators on the office real estate market in Buenos Aires, and an overview of the economic situation for the first quarter of 2018.
While Perú's economy continues to outperform most of Latin America, this year saw a slight deceleration from 2016 levels. The greatest donwside risk in Perú relates to the current political context.
Colombia’s economy saw its slowest growth in many years in 2017.
Several countries are on the path to economic recovery, however critical elections in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico loom for 2018.
The Argentine economy is estimated to have grown by more than 2.5% in 2017, mainly driven by increases in consumption, credit, the good performance of some industries such as construction and the import of goods and services.
The Panama City office market has seen an extraordinary amount of investment in the past few years.