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What does a shift in U.S. manufacturing and import/export trends mean for industrial  

By: Walter Kemmsies, Ph.D., managing director, economist and chief strategist, U.S. Ports, Airports and Global Logistics Group, JLL Fall 2016

What does a shift in U.S. manufacturing and import/export trends mean for industrial real estate, particularly near major ports?

Real Estate Comes Into Its Own 

By: Paula Poskon, founder, STOV Advisory Services Fall 2016

How REIT investors, both institutions and generalists, are — and are not — reacting to real estate becoming a new GICS sector.

Finance Articles From Previous Issues

CRE Lending Environment Tightening

By: Amanda Tran, a freelance real estate writer and researcher Summer 2016
The commercial real estate lending market is in a period of adjustment, as lenders adapt to a shifting economic and regulatory landscape.

Cost Segregation Is Just the Beginning

By: Bruce Johnson, cofounder and partner, Capstan Tax Strategies Summer 2016
New regulations further expand the utility of engineering-based tax strategies.

Cross-border Investment in US Commercial Real Estate

By: Jim Costello, senior vice president, Real Capital Analytics Spring 2016
Foreign investment in U.S. CRE both soared and shifted in 2015.

IRS Cracking Down on Fee Waivers in Real Estate Transactions

By: Bruce J. Belman, JD, CPA, a partner with Crowe Horwath LLP and the firm’s tax services leader on partnership taxation, and Steven R. Driver, Jr., CPA, MT, a member of the firm’s construction and real estate services group Spring 2016
Partnership payment agreements must focus on entrepreneurial risk to comply with proposed IRS regulations.

Retail Streetscape Redevelopment

By: Sam Black, contributing editor, Development; attorney; and past chairman of the Washington, D.C., Smart Growth Alliance Spring 2016
Real estate and business leaders can work with the public sector to plan and fund streetscape improvements that benefit all stakeholders.

Research Foundation Report

Former industrial sites and other properties that may be contaminated – commonly called brownfields – can be viable targets for redevelopment, however the costs and risks associated with environmental remediation often make these projects challenging. The NAIOP Research Foundation commissioned this brief to offer insights into the key considerations that guide sustainable brownfield redevelopment. Available Now!

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