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Five years, a coalition of more than 55 organizations and 41 mayors, nearly $900,000 spent on social media and communications, and countless hours at the negotiating table finally resulted in victory around the issue of “construction defects litigation reform” in Colorado.
This year’s award winner has long been a pioneer in the development of top-quality commercial real estate assets.
Public-private partnerships are emerging as a mechanism that marries the funding of public facilities like courthouses, libraries, government offices and more with private commercial development.
A great location plus smart design result in fast lease-up of a last-mile distribution facility on Chicago’s South Side
Engaging regional “brand ambassadors” results in authentic placemaking for a mixed-use retail destination in Lexington, Kentucky.
A master plan can help a developer strike the right balance between long-range
investment objectives and the right mix of programmatic elements.
Installing wireless pneumatic thermostats controlled by smart buildings software at 311 South Wacker Drive has significantly reduced HVAC energy use and increased
Microsoft’s high-tech urban farming project provides employees and guests with thousands of pounds of lettuce and microgreens each year.
JLL and Proterra provide the nation’s first all-battery-powered commercial electric bus fleet.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
A fresh-air, 28th-floor amenity lounge has transformed a Chicago office tower.
Exclusivity provisions can give tenants the right to operate a particular type of business as well as prevent other tenants from using their space in certain ways, with lasting implications for both landlords and tenants.
How you say things says a lot, and can have a big impact
on tenant retention and rent premiums.
Is the push for office space efficiency a silent killer for the U.S. office market?
Looking for an investment partner, an interior designer, a contractor or a great location for your next development project? The NAIOP guide in this issue lists dozens of firms throughout the Midwest.
A shopping center owner uses digital technology to transform a traditional retail center
into a vibrant community hub.
San Francisco has passed legislation that enables the development of accessory dwelling units in previously underused parts of existing multifamily buildings.
Retailers, shopping centers, hotels and even hospitals are using scent to enhance
the user experience and improve their bottom line.
As work becomes more flexible, so will the workplace.
Incorporating agriculture into office and industrial parks can provide multiple benefits for developers, property owners and tenants, including expedited development approvals.
Transportation demand management strategies, which increasingly include ride-hailing services, have evolved from a negotiating tool to an amenity.
Which cap rate investment strategy generates the best return?
Real estate development joint ventures often require lengthy and complex negotiations regarding construction loan guarantees and cost overruns.
Developers and property owners must understand the risks involved in recruiting passive investors.
The president and COO of this Milwaukee-based diversified commercial real estate development company shares her insights on the industry.
NAIOP has awarded its second Diversity CRE Scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students in commercial real estate from backgrounds that have traditionally been
underrepresented in the industry.
Sound Bites from I.CON ‘17: Impact Projects and I.CON ’17: Trends and Forecasts
Technology is rapidly revolutionizing business, politics and even fashion
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