Park Street Nordicom Strategy Update 2020

We are pleased to outline the strategy for Park Street Nordicom for the year 2020 in the attached document. For the year 2020 we are poised to take significant steps towards the objectives of establishing a best in class European Real Estate Platform driven by technology and design.

Park Street Nordicom : Strategy 2019

We are pleased to outline the strategy for Park Street Nordicom for the year 2019 in the attached document. With a dynamic and growing team in place, we are poised to take significant steps towards the objectives of establishing a best in class European Real Estate Platform driven by technology and design. Our portfolio of assets across Denmark give us a stable base to work with developing scalable strategies across student housing, community based offices, hotels and in transforming local shopping centres. We have taken several initiatives in the past few months and have an exciting plan for the coming…

Park Street Nordicom : Strategy 2018

An overview of portfolio management approach for 2018 at Park Street Nordicom has been discussed within the team and presented to our external partners. Key slides from the presentations are attached.  

How digital ecosystems could expand the horizons of the CRE sector

Rapid progress in digitalisation is transforming operating models and supply chains and creating new digital ecosystems.  The commercial real estate (CRE) industry has much to learn and gain from this new digitalisation era. Driving this transformation are two entwined trends.  First, emerging technologies like big data analytics, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) have sharply fallen in cost and risen in power.  These technological is enabling companies to collect, store, categorise and analyse greater amounts of data than ever before which in turn is enabling sectors like CRE to meet institutional class expectations for real-time data and analytics…

Exploring the digitalisation of commercial real estate

Real estate is a sector very much of the physical world, comprised of bricks and mortar, stone and concrete – and yet it stands to benefit enormously from digitalisation. This is obvious for two clear reasons. First, real estate is typically an expensive investment and therefore the scope for efficiency gains in time and cost are significant. Second, real estate requires substantial resources to manage, optimise, buy and sell. The processes which underpin real estate management – from development, to property maintenance, administration, leasing, transactions and finance – are complex. Digitalising these processes can increase efficiencies, expand productivity and knowledge…