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A shopping center owner uses digital technology to transform a traditional retail center
into a vibrant community hub.
San Francisco has passed legislation that enables the development of accessory dwelling units in previously underused parts of existing multifamily buildings.
Retailers, shopping centers, hotels and even hospitals are using scent to enhance
the user experience and improve their bottom line.
As work becomes more flexible, so will the workplace.
Incorporating agriculture into office and industrial parks can provide multiple benefits for developers, property owners and tenants, including expedited development approvals.
Transportation demand management strategies, which increasingly include ride-hailing services, have evolved from a negotiating tool to an amenity.
This research report provides the real estate development community with insight into current and future trends in building and logistics technologies and their implications for industrial real estate. Available Now!