Journal of Corporate Real Estate


Built Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 1 Issue 4

Corporate investment and ownership in real estate in Singapore: Some empirical evidence

Liow Kim Hiang

The proportion of real estate in a non‐property company’s asset portfolio has increased to anextent where it has become an asset capable of enhancing corporate wealth…

Corporate real estate and capital markets

Rick A. Pederson

This paper is the second of twice‐annual discussions that will appear in Journal of Corporate Real Estate addressing corporate real estate‐related decision‐making and…

Workplace solutions

Stephen M. Bell, Marty Anderson

Real estate professionals are recognising the positive impact they can have on their corporation’scompetitiveness by providing workplace solutions that enhance individual…

Eight steps to a strategic plan for corporate real estate and possible portfolio exit strategies

Michael P. Buckley

Corporations face new imperatives to reduce occupancy costs for both investment and corporate properties and to eliminate redundancies in their holdings. After mergers or…

Controlling occupancy costs through lease management

Kenneth E. Kahn

The cost of occupying and utilising a real estate asset, whether leased or owned, if an important element of controlling corporate resources. Yet, the focus of corporate…

Mind the gap

Francis Duffy

Office design can be a powerful agent in achieving organisational and cultural change; however, far too often office design is relegated to the side lines by supply…



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