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The Rise of Experiential Retail 

By: Maria Sicola, a San Francisco-based real estate research consultant Summer 2016

The brick-and-mortar stores, malls and shopping districts that are thriving in today’s omnichannel retail world offer hands-on, authentic experiences.

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Attracting and Retaining Tech Talent 

By: Christopher Lee, president and CEO, CEL & Associates, Inc. Summer 2016

Real estate companies are finding it difficult to hire and keep IT and other tech employees.

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How Beacons Are Shaping the Office Buildings of Tomorrow 

By: John T. Anderson, chief revenue officer, Condeco Summer 2016

Some elements of the office building of the future are already in use today.

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NAIOP Launches Sentiment Survey and Index 

By: Margarita Foster, vice president, knowledge and research, NAIOP, and editor-in-chief, Development Summer 2016

Survey respondents believe the market will continue to favor the real estate industry.

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Reducing Car Traffic With Transportation Demand Management 

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

Developers, building owners and operators may chose — or be required — to use TDM.

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Social Media for Development Projects 

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

Commercial real estate developers should recognize opportunities to use social media to raise awareness and build community support.

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Duke Realty Increases Diversity and Inclusion 

By: Rachel Brown, freelance writer Summer 2016

A national CRE company works to expand diversity within the company and throughout the industry.