09 Feb '11, 4am

50% of corporate real estate executives say they will pay extra for space in green buildings #CRE

HONG KONG, 9 Jan 2011 — Companies that occupy office space around the world consider sustainability a key factor in their space occupancy plans, and half of corporate real estate (CRE) executives say they will pay extra for space in green buildings, according to the fourth annual Sustainability Survey conducted by CoreNet Global and Jones Lang LaSalle. Conducted in the fourth quarter of 2010, the Sustainability Survey results reveal a CRE industry in the process of reconciling the focus on reducing environmental impacts of buildings with the need to control costs and support corporate financial performance. CoreNet Global, the premier association of CRE professionals worldwide, and Jones Lang LaSalle, a leading global commercial real estate services firm, have conducted the survey each year since 2007. Responses come from around the world, with many responses from multi-na...

Full article: http://www.joneslanglasalle.com.sg/Singapore/EN-GB/Pages/...

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