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How advancements in transportation, technology and construction continue to converge.
In October, NAIOP gathered national research directors for an in-depth discussion of city rankings, the future of coworking and other vital topics.
A 1990s-era workplace has been reinvented with technology to boost the tenant experience.
They can ease movement inside facilities, but they also come with design challenges.
There are a lot of reasons for developers to embrace these temporary spaces, but due diligence is required.
Activated outdoor spaces boost employee engagement and well-being.
Artificial lagoons can bring white sand beaches to surprising locations.
New research indicates a healthier indoor environment can help attract and retain employees — and make properties more attractive to investors.
Sooner or later, real estate will have to adapt to this fast-gaining transportation revolution.
By adding new uses and amenities, older properties can be remade into magnets for younger skilled workers.
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!