With 95 million square feet of New York office space unoccupied, the question arises amongst commercial real estate owners 'How can we attract tenants back?'. I explore the possibilities in this opinion piece.
Introduced in 2019, Local Law 97 aims to incentivize the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions generated by New York City real estate.
Mobile access control is seen a lot more commonly now - whether it be controlling the access to your car, bank or your home. But how safe actually is it?
In these times of reduced construction activity and with a downturn in the real estate market, an opportunity arises for property companies to gain a competitive advantage through innovative solutions.
Smart buildings stand at the forefront of contemporary property development. By optimizing energy usage, ensuring safety, streamlining maintenance, and enhancing user experience, they signify a large shift in how buildings function and serve their tenants.
Entra, Hoegh Eiendom, Mustad Eiendom, Malling & Co, and Smedvig are among the largest property development and management companies in Norway, and they have all recently joined the advisory board at Defigo, collaborating to ensure that Defigo solves the challenges they face now and into the future.
In an effort to reduce their waste and negative impact on the environment, property development companies are choosing to construct green buildings. But what are green buildings, and how can property development companies achieve the green building status?
Historically, buildings have not been accessible to everyone. It can be challenging for older people, children, people with disabilities, and people with cognitive difficulties to easily access buildings. This is exactly why Defigo researched, designed and created Defigo Elite.
A residential property is home to many people, and therefore must be kept extremely safe and secure. It's important to consider changing your access control system if any of the following points apply.