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A contemporary art fair and visionary developers have reinvented South Florida as a place where art, commerce and habitation come together.
Coworking centers and executive suites continue to evolve and morph into new types of workplaces that create experience and community for users.
Successful malls in Vancouver, Los Angeles and elsewhere are being redeveloped as mixed-use complexes with better linkages to transit and surrounding communities.
Workplaces designed for the ways people will work in the future differ significantly from those that are handcuffed to saving money today.
Key takeaways from NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Conference ‘15 include insights into industrial, office and mixed-use development as well as capital markets and more.
Vulcan Real Estate received the 2015 award for its development of a mixed-use project that encompasses a full block in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood.
Independent energy districts can enable building owners to produce their own power and heat.
Multiple solutions that modify the placement of a building’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection equipment can help a structure avoid or bounce back from storm damage.
During the summer of 2015, NAIOP conducted a design competition in which it sought concepts for the Niche Development of the Future. NAIOP invited architects to submit a vision/concept plan in a niche category like “senior living” and “medical office.”
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects