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Developers must understand how federal and state regulatory policies may delay the real estate development process.
Federal Realty Investment Trust shares lessons learned from developing office space in urban-style mixed-use projects.
Seniors’ desire to live in urban settings is creating new opportunities for developers.
What features will suburban office buildings need to attract tomorrow’s tenants?
A fully leased business center with movie production studios and a distribution center has risen on the site of a former Atlanta-area mall.
Traditional office users continue to adopt and adapt trends pioneered by tech companies.
A developer has begun creating value from obsolete office buildings by converting them into units that tenants can use as offices or apartments — or as live/work suites.
A corporate program improves the employee commuting experience while reducing the number of cars arriving on campus — and the company’s carbon footprint.
District-scale developments are uniquely positioned to be a major driver of the next generation of high-performance buildings and an intelligent electric grid.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
Political strategists have refined the use of predictive analytics; commercial real estate executives should follow their lead.
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.
The marriage of retail and industrial real estate continues to disrupt the warehouse and distribution center industry.
Many existing jobs will disappear and new roles will emerge within CRE companies over the next decade.
A momentum index uses demographic, economic and property-related indicators to rank metro markets.
Chicago, New Jersey and Los Angeles are well-positioned to lead the nation in establishing state-of-the-art last-mile warehousing networks.
As the commercial real estate industry evolves, so do the terms used to describe it.
Why is industrial real estate so attractive to the capital markets, and why is it outperforming other types of real estate investments?
New regulations are constraining construction lending and testing the long-term viability of the CMBS market.
The CEO of a Western New York state real estate development and services firm shares his insights about the industry.
In 2017, NAIOP will celebrate its 50th anniversary. That’s 50 years of inspiring, advancing and serving the commercial real estate industry. The year also commences NAIOP’s next strategic plan, to which many of you offered input during surveys and interviews last fall.
Failing to ensure that ownership of a property’s name conveys along with the property can result in serious consequences for buyers and sellers alike.
NAIOP’s 2016 Developing Leaders Award recipients were honored for their exemplary achievements, community involvement and leadership in commercial real estate.
Sound Bites From NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Conference 2016, Sept. 25-28, in Scottsdale, Arizona:
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