Development Magazine Summer 2018

Retrofitting Tysons: From Edge City to Walkable Urban Place

By: Christopher B. Leinberger, George Washington University School of Business and Arcadia Land Co.

The largest and best-known “edge city” in the U.S. is being transformed into a more walkable urban center.

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manufacturing space

The Evolving Automotive Industry: Detroit Meets Silicon Valley

Electrification, artificial intelligence, autonomy and mobility services are having big impacts on the Bay Area commercial real estate market.      

distribution center

395 Pedricktown Road: Tailored Improvements For a Specialized Tenant

A speculative building in southwest New Jersey incorporates specialized systems to control spills and fire protection requirements for storage of liquid petroleum products.      

apartment building

The Distillery North: Passive House Apartments in South Boston

The largest Passive House project in Massachusetts offers lessons for developers seeking to reduce energy use and operating costs.      

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Perspectives

  • CEO on Leadership: Larry Heard, CEO, Transwestern

    The president of this Houston, Texas-based commercial real estate services, investment management and development firm offers his perspective on the industry.      

  • Capstone Candidates in the C-suite

    Older, experienced professionals can add tremendous value to a CRE company.      

  • Building a More Diverse Future CRE Workforce

    New NAIOP-sponsored educational programs enable gifted and talented minority teens to explore careers in commercial real estate.      

  • Last-mile Fulfillment

    Same-day delivery expectations for nearly every online purchase, including groceries, are driving real estate space demand and the increased use of robotics and other technologies that get goods into the hands of consumers more quickly and efficiently.      

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