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NAIOP’s efforts helped lead to the passage of the PATH Act of 2015, which makes permanent several critical CRE-related tax provisions, providing increased predictability for investment decisions.
Building owners who provide cutting-edge Internet infrastructure are positioning themselves for long-term success.
How will the fulfillment centers of tomorrow differ from those in use today?
A new outpatient facility in Southern New Jersey is designed to improve the patient experience as well as the health of the entire community.
Workplaces that enhance employee health and well-being also enhance productivity — and employers’ financial bottom lines.
Coupling development with land conservation can be a win-win for office parks and the public.
Minimum parking requirements make it difficult to design and build places for people, rather than cars.
General partnerships are a risky way to structure a commercial real estate development company.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
New guidance from the Financial Accounting Standards Board will change how tenants account for leases in coming years.
Suburban office park owners are incorporating health and wellness features to attract forward-thinking tenants.
Continuing a trend that began in technology and creative companies, a global financial services company has eliminated private offices at its New York headquarters.
How can acoustical privacy be achieved in today’s open plan offices?
Looking for an architect, contractor, or engineer for your next redevelopment project? The NAIOP guide in this issue lists dozens of firms throughout North America.
The brick-and-mortar stores, malls and shopping districts that are thriving in today’s omnichannel retail world offer hands-on, authentic experiences.
Real estate companies are finding it difficult to hire and keep IT and other tech employees.
Some elements of the office building of the future are already in use today.
Survey respondents believe the market will continue to favor the real estate industry.
Developers, building owners and operators may chose — or be required — to use TDM.
Commercial real estate developers should recognize opportunities to use social media to raise awareness and build community support.
A national CRE company works to expand diversity within the company and throughout the industry.
The commercial real estate lending market is in a period of adjustment, as lenders adapt to a shifting economic and regulatory landscape.
New regulations further expand the utility of engineering-based tax strategies.
The president of a major global real estate services firm with 16,000 professionals operating in 66 countries offers his perspectives on balancing company culture and growth and the prospects for the commercial real estate industry going forward.
It has been a privilege to meet with many of you during the past six months. Ashley has traveled almost every week, visiting chapters, and enjoyed the opportunity to meet with nearly 300 chapter leaders at the annual Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat.
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