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    CBRE is the world’s largest real estate services provider, with a preeminent leadership position in virtually all key business centers globally.

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    A day in Bangkok: the insider’s guide

    How will driverless cars shape cities of the future?

    The Masonic Temple in Glendale, California, is the next step in the evolution of office space and CBRE’s global Workplace Strategy initiative, “Workplace360.” In addition to maximizing employee collaboration and productivity through technology, space utilization, mobility and enhanced flexibility, the property’s built-in concierge services are meant to better address employees’ needs.

    Here are five unusual and eagerly awaited developments set to open this year.

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    Adaptive re-use gives old assets a new lease on life

    Building an Autobahn for bicycles

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    Finding public space in the ‘lowest’ of places:

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    Projected to add more than 250 million new residents to its cities by 2030, India is one of the most rapidly urbanizing countries in the world.

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    Where to stay on your wellness journey

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    What is the future of transportation? Look to the sky:

    A day in New York City: the insider’s guide.

    What if your office operated like a high-end hotel? A new take on workplace perks.

    Four keys to creating a culture of innovation.

    Investor interest is growing in farmland

    Diners are feasting on Asia’s new food and beverage landscape.

    From food trucks to brick-and-mortar: are food trucks a means to a greater end, or a flagship enterprise?

    Brad Cottam: when a freak injury abruptly ended life in the NFL, a new life in real estate soon followed.

    Is luxury retail immune to the twists and turns of the global economy? Find out in our latest luxury retail report.

    Which regional hubs are poised to become major players in the network for global trade?

    Three ways to make the most of your office space

    How CBRE helped attract top international brands to Puerto Venecia, Spain’s largest retail and leisure destination.

    How digital technology is redefining the meaning of space

    7 tech-savvy stadiums revolutionizing the fan experience

    How CBRE helped Young & Rubicam find a space where their culture, ethos and unwavering focus on creativity would continue to thrive. www.buildonadvant...

    Luxury retail in Asia Pacific slows, but new trends are set to provide a fresh source of demand

    “Housing at the center”: what the UN’s sustainability goals mean for real estate

    How China’s economic slump affects luxury retailers

    What city life is like across the globe through the lens of the CBRE Urban Photographer Competition winners.

    What creative agencies, hotels and a Houston park teach us about turning spaces into destinations ‪#‎BlueprintCBRE‬

    Gary Beban on the Heisman, Lombardi and real estate #BlueprintCBRE

    Global commercial real estate investment reached US$407 billion in H1 2015, the strongest first half to a year since 2007 and up 14% year-over-year.

    Talent and tenant demand driving construction clusters in major markets | U.S. MarketFlash

    #CBREGreenWeek is here! Follow our hashtag to see how we build sustainable advantage for our clients around the globe.

    Office pre-leasing activity shows concentrated industry demand | U.S. MarketFlash

    Looking up at the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. The bridge spans Tampa Bay, Florida, with a cable-stayed main span, and a total length of 21,877 feet. Photo credit: Donna Dockery

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    The leading tech markets in the U.S. & Canada, revealed in our Tech Thirty 2015 report

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