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2018CompensationOIRcover

2018 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail)

Is your 2019 salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2018 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail).

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Featured Resource
2018CompensationOIRRcover

NEW! 2018 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail-Residential)  

Book, Paid Content

Is your salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2018 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Report (Office/Industrial-Retail-Residential). This is a digital download publication.

Warehouse Design cover

Rules of Thumb for Distribution/Warehouse Facilities Design  

Book, Paid Content

Published by NAIOP and written by HPA, Inc., this publication is a detailed and illustrated introduction to issues that drive the design of industrial facilities. Includes best practices of truck parking, pallet storage, flooring, roofing, fire suppression systems and more.

New Releases
CRE.Converge 2018

Givers Take All: Creating a Culture of Productive Generosity by Adam Grant  

Conference session, Video

Session recording from CRE.Converge, October 15-18, 2018, in Washington, D.C.

CRE.Converge 2018

Views on Economic Indicators  

Conference session

Session recording from CRE.Converge, October 15-18, 2018, in Washington, D.C.

Adam Saphier

Trammell Crow: Tenants Seek More Lead Time for Build Out

Free Content, Video

An interview at Development '12 with Adam Saphier, President-Central Operations at Trammell Crow Company, about office tenants asking for more lead time for build out. (1 minute)

Development 13 in San Diego, CA

The Economy and What It Means to Commercial Real Estate in General – and to Your Business in Particular

Conference session

The overall economic recovery has been underway for three years, but the averages don't apply very well to any one region in the United States. What markets are recovered and primed for growth? How does this play out differently in office markets versus industrial?

distressed building

Older, Smaller Buildings = More Productive Urban Places, by National Trust for Historic Preservation

Free Content, Article

Older, smaller buildings may create less impressive skylines than newer, larger skyscrapers, but they make for more vibrant, walkable communities with more businesses, nightlife and cultural outlets, according to a research report recently released by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

CRE.Converge 2018

Givers Take All: Creating a Culture of Productive Generosity by Adam Grant  

Conference session, Video

Session recording from CRE.Converge, October 15-18, 2018, in Washington, D.C.