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A new rule that aims to clearly define which waters are federally protected results in more confusion than clarity.
A contemporary art fair and visionary developers have reinvented South Florida as a place where art, commerce and habitation come together.
Coworking centers and executive suites continue to evolve and morph into new types of workplaces that create experience and community for users.
Successful malls in Vancouver, Los Angeles and elsewhere are being redeveloped as mixed-use complexes with better linkages to transit and surrounding communities.
Workplaces designed for the ways people will work in the future differ significantly from those that are handcuffed to saving money today.
Key takeaways from NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Conference ‘15 include insights into industrial, office and mixed-use development as well as capital markets and more.
Vulcan Real Estate received the 2015 award for its development of a mixed-use project that encompasses a full block in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood.
Independent energy districts can enable building owners to produce their own power and heat.
Multiple solutions that modify the placement of a building’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection equipment can help a structure avoid or bounce back from storm damage.
During the summer of 2015, NAIOP conducted a design competition in which it sought concepts for the Niche Development of the Future. NAIOP invited architects to submit a vision/concept plan in a niche category like “senior living” and “medical office.”
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects
Tenants who meet certain conditions can get a tax break for TI allowances.
New lighting code standards could have unforeseen consequences for both tenants and building owners.
From accountants to architects to developers, contractors, and financial sources. Whatever you need, you’re likely to find it and a lot more in our annual Buyers Guide.
Finding, motivating and retaining top talent has become essential in today’s highly competitive marketplace.
Today’s teens, supported by advances in digital technologies, will dictate how and where they want to work when they grow up.
Technology has been integrated into street furniture to provide both phone-charging stations and tools for gathering valuable data.
As real estate becomes an investment staple, capital will continue to flow and demand is expected to persist.
Changes in the ownership, investment, retail, fulfillment center and supply chain landscapes will have big impacts on industrial real estate.
A new type of transactional support service goes beyond standard due diligence practices, using advanced business analytics to help property owners find new value in old properties.
With public bike-share services flourishing, now may be the time to consider a private bike-share amenity.
Pricing in the seniors housing and care sector is setting records.
Taking a REIT public involves numerous risks as well as rewards.
Strong market evidence demonstrates that energy cost savings — while significant — represent just one driver motivating investment in deep energy retrofits.
A simple checklist can help developers evaluate prospective regional center partners.
The leader of the largest global network of owner-operated commercial real estate brokerage firms shares his perspectives and insights on the commercial real estate industry.
NAIOP’s 2015 Developing Leaders Award recipients have distinguished themselves through exceptional commitment and contributions to the industry.
Are we there already? Steve's term as chairman went by much too quickly. He offers his appreciation to all of our NAIOP members, as well as the board of directors and executive committee, our terrific chapter executives and staffs, and the NAIOP Corporate staff. Each of you made his year possible and contributed to it all running so smoothly.
Sound Bites From NAIOP’s National Research Directors Meeting, Sept. 17, 2015, in Herndon, Virginia and NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Conference, Oct. 13-15, 2015, in Toronto.
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