Development Magazine Summer 2016

Business - Trends

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The Rise of Experiential Retail 

The brick-and-mortar stores, malls and shopping districts that are thriving in today’s omnichannel retail world offer hands-on, authentic experiences.

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Attracting and Retaining Tech Talent 

Real estate companies are finding it difficult to hire and keep IT and other tech employees.

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How Beacons Are Shaping the Office Buildings of Tomorrow 

Some elements of the office building of the future are already in use today.

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NAIOP Launches Sentiment Survey and Index 

Survey respondents believe the market will continue to favor the real estate industry.

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Reducing Car Traffic With Transportation Demand Management 

Developers, building owners and operators may chose — or be required — to use TDM.

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Social Media for Development Projects 

Commercial real estate developers should recognize opportunities to use social media to raise awareness and build community support.

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Duke Realty Increases Diversity and Inclusion 

A national CRE company works to expand diversity within the company and throughout the industry.

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

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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.