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This year’s award winner credits its six-plus decades of success in commercial real estate to being strategically patient, precise and persistent.
Urban farms bring new life to commercial buildings and local communities.
A new facility in rural Ontario enables distribution of goods from four separate brands to stores and directly to customers.
An Alabama-based company increases collaboration and optimizes its real estate assets by shifting from numerous buildings on a sprawling corporate campus to a new high-rise.
A dated mixed-use building in Toronto emerges from a major redevelopment effort as a high-end retail destination topped by modern office space.
There are still more opportunities than challenges for industrial real estate.
Alternative asset classes and tertiary markets are attracting significant investment.
Because “building resilient” can reduce long-term risks for property owners, states and municipalities are beginning to offer incentives for those who do so.
Developers and property owners — as well as local transit agencies and businesses — can support and benefit from the development of new transit stations.
Many rail transit stations offer opportunities for retail development, which can generate much-needed revenue for transit systems.
Green roofs, also known as vegetative roofs, can protect buildings and result in higher rents and real estate values than conventional roofs.
A few simple actions can help property owners protect their parking lots — and the local water supply — from gulls.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects