Access Your Account
NAIOP support helped lead to the passage of a long-term transportation bill, the FAST Act, that will fund U.S. highways and transit systems for the next five years.
Developers may be wise to seek out sites and locations that will attract manufacturing uses as well as those that will attract distribution operations.
A massive brownfield redevelopment project begins with a new medical distribution center near downtown Detroit.
A closed Army base south of Atlanta is being transformed into a state-of-the-art logistics campus.
A global dairy company consolidates its operations and R&D functions onto a single campus that is building synergy in downtown Green Bay.
A number of states and municipalities now mandate energy performance disclosure for some commercial buildings.
Five factors are shaping designs for new police stations and other public safety facilities.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
Trends that began in tech company workplaces have spread to life sciences and financial services companies.
In changing times, blend and extend lease transactions can benefit both tenants and landlords.
Tech fixes will help overwrought property managers today, but what will happen as online sales grow even more?
The economic development authorities listed in this annual guide can help you attract businesses to your area and to your developments.
Passenger trains, electric vans, cargo bicycles and lockers all can help reduce the noise, traffic congestion and pollution created by urban deliveries.
A new NAIOP research report describes the model that researchers are using to prepare a biannual Office Space Demand Forecast, which debuts
in the second quarter of 2016.
Commercial real estate is being redefined by four key trends.
Parking can be a catalyst for economic development, creating benefits for developers, investors and businesses.
Grand Sky will be America’s first industrial park dedicated to unmanned aircraft systems.
The balance of power between U.S. West and East Coast ports is shifting slightly.
A national developer reaches out to the community to involve local residents and businesses.
Freight consolidation centers can make urban deliveries more efficient while also reducing urban noise pollution as well as vehicle emissions.
Foreign investment in U.S. CRE both soared and shifted in 2015.
Partnership payment agreements must focus on entrepreneurial risk to comply with proposed IRS regulations.
Real estate and business leaders can work with the public sector to plan and fund streetscape improvements that benefit all stakeholders.
The chairman and CEO of a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based regional real estate development and investment company, as well as a member of NAIOP’s 2016 Board of Directors, shares his insights and perspectives on the commercial real estate industry.
Ashley Powell has always believed that NAIOP members are dynamic, passionate and care deeply about building better communities. As chairman, he's proud to lead this group. To help you get to know him, Development magazine asked him to share his thoughts on our industry and association.
Access the interactive digital edition of Development magazine or download the app from Apple, Amazon and Google Play.