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NEW! 2013 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey

Is your salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2013 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey. This report provides current data by nearly 400 companies on 150+ positions reflecting more than 100,000 distinct jobs, in office, industrial and retail, including executives and key personnel in the fields of acquisitions, development, leasing, management, financing and more.

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Development 13 in San Diego, CA

Top Trends That Will Shape the Future Marketplace

Conference session

Business and technology futurist Dr. James Canton presents a forecast of the changes and trends that will influence the builders, buyers and investors of the real estate ecosystem. The future commercial real estate marketplace will be shaped by fast moving trends in population, demographics, business, technology, globalization, trade, immigration, economics, energy and climate change. These trends will alter every aspect of the real estate market.

Example of a portfolio app on an iPad

Innovations in Marketing  

Paid Content, Conference session

Is your building being marketed for lease in the "old school" way - signs, flyers, brochures? Learn how to take full advantage of the latest technology in order to broaden your market reach and accelerate your leasing.

New Releases
Pacific Plaza green roof

Urban Farms in Taipei and Tokyo, by Untapped Cities

Free Content, Article

Can urban farms improve office workers’ quality of life? That’s the premise of a recent article on the Untapped Cities website, which describes a roof garden atop a Taipei office building and an even more ambitious green office building in Tokyo that is like a “Willy Wonka factory for plants.”

Construction employees looking at plans

Apple "Spaceship" Campus Construction Underway, by Silicon Valley Business Journal

Free Content, Article

The largest private construction ever undertaken in Silicon Valley — Apple’s new “spaceship” campus — is now underway, with completion scheduled for late 2016. Apple Toolbox recently published a series of aerial photographs showing that the almost 2.6 million square feet of older office buildings that formerly occupied the 176-acre site have been torn down.

train with cargo containers

Make Capital Expenditures or Capsize Economy, Cautions Report, by Colliers

Free Content, Article

Capital expenditures on transportation infrastructure are required by ports and inland distribution markets to make the most of economic opportunities from changing global trade patterns and evolving ecommerce, according to a new Colliers report: North American Port Analysis: CapEx or Capsize. Those that do not make the necessary investments risk capsizing their economies.

K Street, Washington, D.C.

America's Fastest-Growing Cities, by Forbes

Article, Free Content

Austin, Texas, has taken the top place on Forbes magazine’s annual list of America’s fastest-growing cities for the fourth year in a row. Forbes ranks the nation’s most populous metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) based on six metrics.

ship in Panama canal

Cargo Volume to U.S. Seaports Are Steady as She Goes, by Jones Land LaSalle

Free Content, Article

Seaports are focused on enhancing their infrastructure to attract ocean carriers, while industrial users want access to population centers and supply chain optimization, according to Jones Land LaSalle’s U.S. Seaport Outlook 2013 report. Both are positioning themselves to compete and vie for market share, and this is creating excellent momentum for industrial real estate.

Brian Coulter and Ron Lawrence

The JBG Companies: Achieving Stellar Mixed-Use Projects

Free Content, Video

An interview at Development '12 with Brian Coulter, Managing Partner, and Rod Lawrence, Partner, of The JBG Companies on achieving stellar mixed-use projects. (3.2 minutes)

CBRE Trammell Crow Company