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2021 ESG report: Putting people and the planet first

There is a vital role for our sector to create healthy, productive workplaces for employees, cities that are centres of prosperity for their citizens, and built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community.

In the 2021 ESG Report, we reflect on our achievements, and share our strategy and commitments for the future.


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Office Vitality Index

The Vitality Index offers owners and occupiers a dynamic look at recovery trends and daily foot traffic estimates in 20+ different metros across North America. It allows easy, real-time access to comparisons to pre-pandemic levels. 

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U.S. employment overview: tracking trends in real-time

After over half a year of strong economic growth, August data indicates a gradual loosening of the labor market.

August 2022 jobs numbers were generally in line with predictions, with the economy adding 315,000 jobs compared to the 300,000 projected by economists. While this is still a substantial amount of growth by historical measures, it is down considerably from more than 500,000 jobs added in July. Professional and Business Services and Healthcare and Social Assistance registered the largest job gains this month, adding 68,000 and 62,000 new jobs, respectively.


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Market reports 
Quarterly and topical research insights to help your business gain competitive edge in commercial real estate.

U.S. industrial market Q2 2022 insights

While supply chains have faced a continuing series of macroeconomic and socio-political shocks throughout the course of 2022, U.S. industrial market fundamentals have barely slowed. However, rising interest rates and persistent inflation could now force both occupier and investors’ hands in the second half of the year, slowing demand over the short-term as caution and re-assessment begin to pervade different elements of the sector. Which markets may elude an acute downturn and which have the greatest exposure?

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U.S. office market Q2 2022 insights

Workers are gradually returning to offices, yet inconsistently and at differing rates across industries and markets. More business leaders are coming to embrace flexible and hybrid work schedules with labor retention and attraction considerations weighing heavily on policy. Demand for office space remains curtailed as a result. Leasing volume continues to trend well below pre-pandemic levels and vacancy in the U.S. office sector rose higher. However, some secondary and tertiary markets are bucking the trend, benefitting from an influx of businesses accommodating distributed workforces and tapping into new labor pools.

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