How 9 Industry Leaders Are Redefining What it Means to Be a Landlord
Traditionally, the commercial real estate industry has focused on aspects of the physical property to make money. You buy a well-located asset, renovate the lobby, and touch up the elevators. Your tenant (whom you haven’t spoken a great deal to since the lease was signed a few years ago) is presumably happy, and you end up disposing of the asset and making a significant return. Happy days.
- NorthWest Healthcare Properties
- Brookfield Properties
- Fifth Wall Ventures
- Invesco Real Estate
- EQ Office
- New York Life
- Bridge Commercial Real Estate
- United Properties
While the approach of each leader varies, the message is clear: the needs of your customers have changed and if you want to survive, you need to listen to them.