Economy

Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate, 2017 Edition

Fuller Report 2017

Development and construction of new commercial real estate in the United States – office, industrial, warehouse and retail – generates significant economic growth at the state and national levels. This annual study, “The Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate,” published by the NAIOP Research Foundation, measures the contribution to GDP, salaries and wages generated and jobs supported from the development and operations of commercial real estate.

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Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate, 2016 Edition

Economic Impact of Commercial Real Estate 2016

Development and construction of new commercial real estate – office, industrial, warehouse and retail – continues to be a powerful contributor to the U.S. and individual state economies, supporting approximately 3.2 million American jobs and contributing $450 billion to U.S. GDP in 2015, according to a new report released by the NAIOP Research Foundation.

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Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate, 2015 Edition

Economic Impact of Commercial Real Estate

This year’s edition of the annual report determined that the economic contributions made by the development process last year were 40 percent higher than those made in 2013. The data show that 2014 was the strongest year for economic development impacts from development activity since the market began to recover in 2011.

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Exploring the New Sharing Economy

Exploring the Sharing Economy

The “sharing economy” has been receiving a lot of buzz across popular media, academic and business circles, and local government as well as social enterprises. As the label suggests, the sharing economy is a means of sharing goods, services, ideas, information and skills through a network of individuals, often facilitated through social networks via computers and mobile apps.

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Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate, 2014 Edition

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This research report quantifies the economic impact of new commercial real estate development and construction in the U.S. and states, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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How Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction Contributed to the U.S. Economy in 2012

How Office Industrial and Retail Development and Construction Contributed to the US Economy in 2011

This research report quantifies the economic impact of new commercial real estate development and construction in the U.S. and states for 2012, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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The Contribution of the Commercial Real Estate Sector to the Canadian Economy

The Contribution of the Commercial Real Estate Sector to the Canadian Economy

The commercial real estate sector makes a substantial contribution to the Canadian economy, generating $63.3 billion in economic activity in 2011, according to a groundbreaking research report. Prepared by Altus Group Economic Consulting, "The Contribution of the Commercial Real Estate Sector to the Canadian Economy" shows that capital investment in the CRE Sector totaled some $21.6 billion in 2011, accounting for about half of the total spending in Canada on non-residential construction. Some $14.9 billion was spent on new buildings; the rest ($6.7 billion) accounted for capital improvements, renovations and the upgrading of existing buildings.

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How Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction Contributed to the U.S. Economy in 2011

How Office Industrial and Retail Development and Construction Contributed to the US Economy in 2011

This research report quantifies the economic impact of new commercial real estate development and construction in the U.S. and states for 2011, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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NAIOP Confidence Report

NAIOP Confidence Report

NAIOP surveyed the major players in commercial real estate for their predictions on market conditions with respect to the economy, capital markets and development potential. The executive summary results of this April 2011 survey including analysis provide useful insights. A webinar presentation of the results is also available.

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The Contribution of Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to the U S. and States’ Economies in 2010

The Contribution of Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to the U S. and States’ Economies in 2010

This research report quantifies the economic impact of new development and construction in the U.S. and states for 2010, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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Effect of Past Crises on US Downtown Office Property Income and Expenses

Effect of Past Crises on US Downtown Office Property

Economic, real estate, oil and other crises can cause significant lack of confidence and recessions, which eventually affect office markets. This paper studies past crises and their effects on downtown office market trends across the U.S. and is pivotal in the estimation of current short and medium-term market responses.

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The Contribution of Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to the U S. and States’ Economies in 2009

Contribution of Office Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to Economy in 2009

This research report quantifies the economic impact of new development and construction in the U.S. and states for 2009, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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The Contribution of Office, Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to the U S. and States’ Economies in 2007

Contribution of Office Industrial and Retail Development and Construction to Economy in 2007

This research report quantifies the economic impact of new development and construction in the U.S. and states for 2007, including jobs created, income generated, GDP and the effect of multipliers.

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Measuring the Impact of Hispanic Population Growth on the Location of and Demand for Commercial Real Estate in the U.S.

Impact of the Hispanic Population

The expected growth of the Hispanic population will impact the location and demand for commercial real estate in the United States. The report contains economic impact data for 50 states and major metropolitan areas.

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How to Calculate the Economic Contribution of Office, Industrial, and Retail Real Estate to the Local Community

How to Calculate Economic Contribution

This project is comprised of a form listing the sources of the contributions that office, industrial, office/tech and retail development make to their communities through taxes, job growth, etc. and instructions on how to locate the specific information needed to fill in the form and calculate the positive economic impact to your community.

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Butterfly Spotting: An Industrial Real Estate Perspective on Globalization and Transnational Economics

Economic globalization, outsourcing, transnational property, economic base theory, global economic base category, GEBC, industrial properties

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