Videos and Interviews
Apr 25, 2022
Three Trends to Watch in the Lodging Sector Post-Covid-19
It’s a very interesting time for the U.S. hospitality sector as the country nears the end of the Covid-19 pandemic. To find out how lodging real estate has performed in light of rapidly changing macroeconomic conditions, Green Street analyst Chris Darling discusses the three trends lodging sector investors should watch right now.
Mar 14, 2022
Green Street Launches Robust New Web Platform - Take A Tour!
Green Street has released a groundbreaking web platform that dynamically interconnects Green Street's News, Research, and Data & Analytics and empowers better and faster decision-making among commercial real estate professionals.
Dec 20, 2021
Three Trends for Investors to Watch in 2022
Commercial real estate has seen an unprecedented increase in prices this year, growing 24% year to date. Against this backdrop of rapidly accelerating property prices, Cedrik Lachance, EVP and Director of Research, discusses the three trends for investors to watch in 2022.
Sep 14, 2021
AFIRE Podcast with Dave Bragg: Herd Community
Uncertainty surrounding remote work and politics suggest a wide range of potential outcomes for big cities, which may upend the long-running megatrend toward urbanization.
Apr 15, 2021
NYU Shack 25th Annual REIT Symposium - The Bull Case for REITs Post-COVID
Speaking to a panel titled "The Bull Case for REITs Post-Covid and How to Play It" at NYU's annual REIT symposium, Green Street's Mike Kirby said that if the macroeconomic environment remains stable, REITs are as attractively priced as they've been in 15 years. He also discussed specific commercial real estate sectors and shared thoughts on M&A activity over the next 12 months.
Feb 2, 2021
Chicago Booth Real Estate Conference - More than a Day Late and Definitely More than a Dollar Short
Green Street Co-Founder Mike Kirby spoke in depth to his alma mater about the state of the U.S. commercial real estate industry and the divergence of pandemic impacts across property sectors.