What matters most right now in Commercial Real Estate. Business leaders join economic, subject matter and industry experts to share their distinct views and latest thinking. Hosted by Spencer Levy, CBRE’s Chairman of Americas Research. Visit us at CBRE.com/TheWeeklyTake
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I’ve been following show this for a while. Always a great listen. Thank you Spencer for your work.
Always helpful at explaining different angles of sectors I know (and don’t know) well. Great stuff!
A weird document of our time, it has been interesting to hear real estate people attempt to understand the role of the office building in a world that obviously has way too many of them. Lately it has started to wear something that looks more like desperation and shifted to cheerleading for companies to force their workers to return to commuting to an office, with unsubstantiated claims like "the good employees have already returned to the office!", a schtick that is really wearing thin. The mos... more
I am so tired of “biography” podcasts. Yes.. we’re all fascinated by your success and your career advice for the rest of us, blah blah blah... is it too much to ask for more insights and less talking about yourself? Podcasts in the real estate sector have fallen prey to this same disease. more
When it comes to business growth and economics, there is no one better suited to provide insight and foresight on what is going on than Spencer Levy. His view of the world, indepth research and local knowledge make him very well suited to host these sessions. He brings in those people who have intimate knowledge and daily insight on each topic. I highly encourage people to subscribe and listen each week.
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