In 2050, 75% of the world’s population will live in cities. Given this explosion in urban populations, any discussion of the city of tomorrow must focus on quality of life and the environment. Innovating means making land and the buildings on that land smarter, so users can better share spaces, services and experiences. Innovating means being committed to the wellbeing of our occupants and clients as they strive to achieve energy efficiency and to save energy. We are constantly renewing the construction and operating models of our buildings, and continually reassessing how they are being used. Innovation has to be holistic, taking into account factors such as geographic situation, environment, architecture, telecommunications and mobility with affordability.