As state-of-the-art intermodal hubs emerge throughout North America, industrial developers are racing to build new facilities nearby.

Summer 2015

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I-215 Logistics Center: From Spec Logistics to Amazon Fulfillment Center

By: Tom Bak, senior managing director, David Nazaryk, managing director and Neal Holdridge, principal, Trammell Crow Company. David Drake and Matt Cramer, both senior vice presidents, also contributed to this article.

NAIOP’s inaugural e-commerce building of the year demonstrates how a flexible design enabled Trammell Crow Company to transform what began as a speculative warehouse into a fulfillment center in California’s Inland Empire.      

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From Filene's Department Store to Creative Headquarters

By: Victor Vizgaitis, AIA, LEED AP, principal, Sasaki Associates

A 20th-century department store building is transformed into 21st-century office space for Havas and Arnold Worldwide’s Boston HQ.      

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Southern California Logistics Airport Puts Victorville on the Map

By: Keith Metzler, assistant city manager, city of Victorville, California

Redevelopment of the former George Air Force Base as a world-class aerospace services hub has spurred additional industrial development there.      

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The View From E.CON: E-commerce Real Estate Evolves

By: Margarita Foster, editor-in-chief of Development as well as NAIOP’s vice president of knowledge and research

The world of e-commerce continues to change rapidly, with huge implications for commercial real estate.