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City Streetscapes Arrive in the Suburbs 

By: Sam Black, contributing editor at Development, attorney and past chairman of the Washington, D.C. Smart Growth Alliance Fall 2016

Suburban municipalities are using mixed-use planning and the classic walkable urban street grid to create lively new downtowns.

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Are You 5G Future Ready? 

By: Chris Bland, founder, CEO and chief revenue officer, and Andrew Wecker, general counsel, Cell Site Capital LLC Fall 2016

In the next five years, 5G connectivity will go from being a desirable amenity to a market necessity.

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Automation at the Port of Long Beach 

By: Amanda Tran, a freelance real estate writer and researcher Fall 2016

Automated cranes and vehicles are loading and unloading mega-ships at one of the world’s most technologically advanced marine terminals.

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Can You Hear Me Now? 

By: Matthew Gaulin, RCDD, director, Cosentini Information Technologies, Cosentini Associates Inc. Fall 2016

Distributed antenna systems improve cellphone reception within office buildings.

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Economic Impacts of CRE Development Reach $450 Billion in 2015 

By: Margarita Foster, editor-in-chief of Development, as well as NAIOP’s vice president for knowledge and research Fall 2016

Updated economic multipliers reflect more technology and fewer workers.

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Impacts of Autonomous and Driverless Cars on CRE 

By: David Dale-Johnson, Ph. D., Stan Melton Executive Professor in Real Estate, Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta, and a NAIOP Distinguished Fellow Fall 2016

Will tomorrow’s autonomous and driverless cars require some simple adjustments or be a game changer for commercial real estate?

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Innovation District Planning and Development 

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Fall 2016

A recent NAIOP research report explores the factors leading to the success of these unique development projects as well as the challenges they must overcome.

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Mobile Design Studio 

By: Craig Chinn, AIA, founder and principal, Architecture Design Collaborative Fall 2016

A mobile studio can be set up almost anywhere, enabling architects to work efficiently on-site, speeding up the design process.

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Think Before You Sync 

By: Mika Javanainen, senior director, product management, M-Files Corp. Fall 2016

Some simple strategies can ensure that unauthorized file sharing will not put your firm at risk.