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NAIOP continues to advocate for the reauthorization and expansion of the federal Brownfields Program in 2018.
A cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this Nashville mixed-use development, which is now underway on a brownfield site.
Long-term planning and collaboration among various partners across multiple jurisdictions have been key to creating a new industrial park in Denver’s Globeville
A look at some of the challenges and opportunities facing CRE.
An Ohio-based developer of these specialized properties describes how it is capitalizing on growing opportunities
as well as evolving market trends.
By putting the employee experience at the center of its workplace design, Microsoft is reaching new heights.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
Education, health care and retail sectors offer lessons for office building developers, designers and owners as well as employers.
Also known as mobile access, this technology allows people to access buildings via their smartphones, eliminating the need for keys or other physical credentials.
Coworking centers designed by and for women are flourishing as entrepreneurial incubators.
Can beautiful landscaping make tenants happy?
The economic development authorities throughout North America listed here can help you attract businesses to your area and to your developments.
Supply chain advances and new technologies are affecting how, where and what types of industrial facilities are being built.
North American developers are animating small spaces with architectural robotics.
Aerial imaging technology enables commercial real estate professionals to research properties much more quickly and easily than in the past.
The average clear height of warehouse ceilings has increased steadily over the past 20 years.
Columbus, Ohio, is using public-private partnerships and $50 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation and Vulcan Inc. to revolutionize its transportation infrastructure.
All of these innovations could affect how goods are delivered directly to consumers in the future.
How does one go about creating a partnership to raise equity for ongoing real estate investment?
Lenders’ due diligence can be just as thorough as buyers’.
The president of this New York City-headquartered real estate development firm offers his insights into the industry.
A new program is engaging younger CRE industry professionals with the work of the NAIOP Research Foundation and its Governors.
I believe that the lifeblood of NAIOP is active, involved members who share their ideas and experiences.
Sound Bites from The Office Conference 2017, a collaboration between NAIOP and the Global Workspace Association (GWA), Nov. 9-10, in Brooklyn, New York.
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