The 2021 edition of CEDER, Romania’s most successful real estate conference, will take place on May 20 in a forum that will present the now market in its steam of changes and recovery that the country’s real estate sector has been trying to grasp and the impact of the most serious global disruption in a century. CEDER will address how developers are operating and what opportunities investment has been given in an focused product. What can be expected for the present and the next 12 months, will we see a return or forced evolution of our work, shopping, living and travel. These are the questions we will be asking and question what next and what development will looks like.
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The 2021 CEDER Conference will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest, Romania.
Traditional locations for logistics centres are no longer enough to cover demands for last mile deliveries and reverse logistics. With a continued need for high-quality assets in prime locations, will we also see increased mixed-use solutions, including in residential combined with urban logistics and will the drive towards net-zero play a significant role in the future of logistics, both in the construction of warehouses and for operators.
Will an anticipated growing need for flexible workspace ecosystems that can balance working from the office, home and the inbetweener of working close to home offer a balance and does sub-leasing give an option to tenants with moves on hold or extensions in exchange for downsizing.
Shoppers will return after the pandemic, but shopping centers need to be reimagined from multi-level boxes to more enticing, smaller environments in sync with consumers’ needs. Does the high-street offer a solution to the office market in the short term and can it rise again as a destination. Can we expect retail properties to be rezoned and shift from commercial to industrial in the form of mini-fulfillment centers.
Expectations for the residential market remain generally positive, with low mortgage rates and relocations. Meanwhile, home prices have pushed up as buyers demand continues to grow, however, with pricing on the up and first time buyers finding it more difficult, will sales struggle. Can the New Home programme or the possible reduced VAT rate continue to help support the market dynamics in these difficult times. Importantly, will new supply slow down and what will impact the changes in demand.
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