The Built World - Future Reality, Episode 3

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Video added by JLL TV | Date Uploaded: July 27, 2021 | Date Created:

Description

Welcome to The Built World, a new streaming TV series brought to you by Disrupt CRE and JLL. Created for the industry, by the industry: we explore the lasting impact real estate has on the modern world. The Built World tells stories of the most innovative global cityscapes and their profound impact on humanity through the consistent lens of sustainability and technology. Season 1 takes a deep dive into iconic New York real estate, featuring some of the industry's most renowned leaders. Back in Brooklyn, New York, host Mariel Ebrahimi meets up with Shaun Stewart, CEO of Newlab, and innovators to discuss how transformative technology is solving the built world’s biggest challenges. From drone photography to virtual reality to the birth of the 15-Minute City urban concept, Episode 3 explores the future of our reality.


Categories:
Architecture, Construction, Development/Planning/Entitlements, Drone/Artistic, Engineering, Infrastructure, Interior Design, Landscaping, Neighborhoods/Communities/Cities, News, Property Management, Property Services/Inspections, Technology/Proptech/Venture Capital, Transportation, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance)
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