Development Magazine Spring 2016

Business - Trends

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An Efficient “Last Mile” 

Passenger trains, electric vans, cargo bicycles and lockers all can help reduce the noise, traffic congestion and pollution created by urban deliveries.

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Forecasting Office Space Demand 

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.

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Four Key CRE Disruptors 

Commercial real estate is being redefined by four key trends.

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Making Paid Parking Pay 

Parking can be a catalyst for economic development, creating benefits for developers, investors and businesses.

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North Dakota Business Park Caters Exclusively To Drones 

Grand Sky will be America’s first industrial park dedicated to unmanned aircraft systems.

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Ports Projections 

The balance of power between U.S. West and East Coast ports is shifting slightly.

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Social Inclusion Best Practices: Forest City Washington 

A national developer reaches out to the community to involve local residents and businesses.

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Urban Freight Consolidation Centers 

Freight consolidation centers can make urban deliveries more efficient while also reducing urban noise pollution as well as vehicle emissions.

From the Archives: Business / Trends Articles from the Previous Issue

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Talent Management Trends 

Finding, motivating and retaining top talent has become essential in today’s highly competitive marketplace.

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The Workplace of 2040 

Today’s teens, supported by advances in digital technologies, will dictate how and where they want to work when they grow up.