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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.
This year’s award winner — which prides itself on creating shared value for owners, tenants and the community — developed more than 2 million square feet of space in 2015 with a staff of 10.
Method’s new soap factory in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood has resulted in a more profitable,
localized supply chain