Development Magazine Winter 2018/2019

Business - Trends

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How Technology Will Change the Brokerage Business 

Commercial real estate is in the midst of a digital revolution, and some of the biggest upheavals will affect professionals who work closely with property owners and tenants.

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CRE Trends, Economics and More: A Wide-Ranging Conversation 

NAIOP gathered national research directors in October for an in-depth discussion of industrial and office trends, city rankings, adaptive reuse and other important topics.

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IRS, Treasury Start to Clarify Qualified Opportunity Zone Regulations 

Proposed rules for the tax incentive plan could dramatically boost real estate investment in regions that are struggling economically.

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Big Data in Office Buildings Holds Promise Despite Privacy Worries 

Property managers are using “dynamic and multidimensional” information for operations but not yet for tenant engagement.

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Movable Office Partitions: The Great Dividers 

As demand rises for adaptable office space, facilities put walls in motion.

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In the Ongoing Amenity War, Office Space is the New Battleground 

Developers should avoid over-the-top nuclear options; instead, use smart bombs tailored to tenant needs.

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The Sky's the Limit for Elevators in Today's Low- and Mid-Rise Buildings 

Technological advances make the vertical journey better for tenants — and property owners.

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

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Tenants Ponder: Should I Stay or Should I Go? 

To keep buildings hip, landlords are making capital expenditures earlier than budgeted.

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Unified Commerce: The Future of Retail? 

Big data and integrated cloud-based retail platforms enable retailers to provide customers with seamless, secure, personalized shopping experiences, both in stores and via computers and mobile devices.