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California’s Air Resources Board is considering an indirect source rule that would hold building owners and/or tenants responsible for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from trucks and other mobile sources that service their facilities.
A prototype design demonstrates the viability of multistory distribution centers in land-constrained North American submarkets.
The new headquarters for the Perot family businesses represents both the family legacy and an investment in the well-being of their employees.
The largest speculative distribution center in southern Nevada is turning North Las Vegas into an e-commerce mecca.
Anyone considering developing a mixed-use project should be aware of these key legal, design and management considerations.
Why do some mixed-use developments get the mixture so right, while others struggle?
Stormwater management features became an asset for a mixed-use project in Columbia, Maryland.
The Duffie Companies’ new headquarters incorporates innovative HVAC systems, lighting controls, a green roof and more, targeting LEED Platinum certification.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
As health care providers seek to improve customer service by offering convenient access closer to where their patients live and work, they are discovering a hidden resource: the regional mall.
From accountants to architects to developers, contractors, and financial sources. Whatever you need, you’re likely to find it and a lot more in our annual Buyers Guide.
Commercial real estate has been a slow adopter of new technology, but that’s about to change.
Labor and materials concerns loom large.
Prologis Georgetown Crossroads, a three-story, 590,000-square-foot logistics building, is now under construction in the heart of Seattle’s transportation network.
CRE should focus on indicators that may foretell technology’s impact on the industry.
At their annual gathering, research directors considered retail, office, technology, data and investment trends.
Industry experts discuss trends that will impact industrial facilities in 2018 and beyond.
Some of these innovations may change how freight is moved in the future.
Structured investments can enable real estate investors to move into a new market while limiting risks.
The president of this Issaquah, Washington-based real estate management and development firm offers his perspective on being a developer.
NAIOP’s 2017 Developing Leaders Award recipients offer their insights.
Sound Bites From NAIOP’s National Research Directors Meeting in Herndon, Virginia, and CRE.Converge 2017 in Chicago:
As I conclude my time as chairman, I offer my appreciation for the honor of leading this organization.
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