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Integrating WELL into Industrial Properties 

By: Heath Abramsohn Spring 2020 Issue

A brownfield redevelopment project in New Jersey showcases a first-of-its-kind warehouse that aims to meet exacting environmental standards.

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From Horizontal to Vertical: Industrial Intensification Grows Up 

By: Eric Aderneck Spring 2020 Issue

Multistory industrial facilities illustrate innovative strategies for areas with a constrained supply of land.

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New & Noteworthy Projects 

By: Trey Barrineau Spring 2020 Issue

An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

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Preparing a Large Property Portfolio for the Future

By: Chris Kelly Winter 2019/2020 Issue
Cambridge, Massachusetts, has launched an ambitious program to update its historic public buildings.
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At Optimist Hall, Things are Looking Up

By: Anthony Paletta Winter 2019/2020 Issue
An adaptive-reuse project in North Carolina showcases the appealing possibilities of older industrial buildings.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau Winter 2019/2020 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
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Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.: People, Passion, Purpose

By: Ron Derven Fall 2019 Issue
This innovative REIT has found success by focusing on the life science, technology and agtech industries while giving back to communities.
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Retail-to-Warehouse Conversions Gain Momentum

By: Ron Derven Fall 2019 Issue
When other efforts to resuscitate a dying shopping mall fail, converting the facility to a warehouse or last-mile distribution center is an option to consider.
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Port Covington: Building for Baltimore's Future

By: Danielle Bennings, Weller Development Fall 2019 Issue
A new waterfront development seeks to honor the city’s heritage while spurring innovation.
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New & Noteworthy Projects

By: Trey Barrineau Fall 2019 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
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Two Summerlin: An Office Building with a Unique Exterior Skin

By: Lori M. Lea, AECIndustryPro.com Summer 2019 Issue
Custom precast panels and energy-efficient elements help set this award-winning project apart.
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The Hotel Sector Can Profitably Embrace Sustainable Development

By: Hyon K. Rah, RAH Solutions Summer 2019 Issue
Green practices aren’t just for eco-hotels; all types of lodgings can benefit, too.

Parking Perplexities: Developers Face New, Growing Challenges

By: Mark L. Elliott, David C. Kirk and Jenna E. Lee, Troutman Sanders LLP Summer 2019 Issue
Shared parking paired with technology offers solutions for changes in building usage.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau Summer 2019 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
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The Changing Geography of Health Care Real Estate

By: Camille Galdes Spring 2019 Issue
As demand for health care grows, medical tenants are entering new CRE markets and beginning to use older properties in innovative ways.
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A Silver Linings Playbook for Controversial Development Projects

By: Patrick Slevin Spring 2019 Issue
Turning public conflict into corporate goodwill requires thoughtful strategies and genuine concern for the local community.
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Water Infrastructure and Adaptive Building Design: An Emerging Opportunity

By: Kimberly E. Diamond and Paul M. Gelb Spring 2019 Issue
Public-private partnerships can fund innovative, forward-looking solutions to help fight flooding in coastal cities.
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Shipping Innovations Along Inland Waterways Present Opportunities for Developers

By: Mary Lamie Spring 2019 Issue
Container-on-vessel service along the Mississippi River and into the Midwest could increase demand for distribution facilities.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau, Managing Editor, Development Spring 2019 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

BridgePort I Logistics Center: From Abandoned Brownfield to Active Distribution Facility

By: Jeffrey Milanaik, Jonathan Pozerycki and Gabie Strbik, Bridge Development Partners Winter 2018/2019 Issue
A warehouse/fulfillment complex in New Jersey shows the economic potential for infill redevelopment in places once considered environmentally unsalvageable.

A Campus Project Packed with Extracurricular Challenges

By: Michael Blount, Keystone Corp. Winter 2018/2019 Issue
At N.C. State University in Raleigh, a building designed around a state-of-the-art textile machine also accommodates typical office and lab tenants, but getting to the finish line wasn’t easy.

Pondering Public Art? Legal Concerns and Artists Rights are Part of the Palette

By: Stephanie Friese, Pursley Friese Torgrimson Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Developers must balance contracts, intellectual property issues, government involvement and other factors when commissioning pieces for a project.

The WELL Building Standard Continues to Evolve

By: Rachel Gutter, International WELL Building Institute Winter 2018/2019 Issue
The latest version expands on a commitment to healthy, energy-efficient buildings.

The Challenge of Building in Tight Urban Spaces

By: Susan W. Kemp, Hart Crowser, Inc. Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Think differently and collaborate with city officials to smooth traffic issues and monitor construction activity.

There's Still a Need for Parking Audits

By: Will Rhodin Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Despite technological advances, thieves can find loopholes that hurt the bottom line.

New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau, Managing Editor, Development Winter 2018/2019 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

St. John Properties: Developing with a Long View

By: Ron Derven Fall 2018 Issue
Listening to clients and employees has resulted in consistently high occupancy rates for this Maryland-based CRE developer.

The Municipal Benefits of Urban Fulfillment Centers

By: Camille Galdes Fall 2018 Issue
City leaders should be more proactive in crafting municipal policies that capitalize on the e-commerce changes transforming commercial real estate and their tax bases.

Boston Scientific's Global Customer Fulfillment Center

By: Paul Donhauser, CEM, CPMM, Boston Scientific, and Marc Margulies, FAIA, LEED AP, Margulies Perruzzi Architects Fall 2018 Issue
A global facilities master plan informs the company’s real estate decisions.

The Value of Downtown Data Centers

By: Marc Gittleman, Rising Realty Partners Fall 2018 Issue
Buildings with direct fiber-optic internet connections will benefit from strong demand as information continues to be stored in the cloud and big data takes off.

Agree to Disagree: Resolving Property Disputes with a Partition Action

By: John Vukmanovic, Esq. Fall 2018 Issue
A written agreement in place from the outset can avoid most potential problems.

Cookie Cutter Environmental Diligence Doesn't Cut It Anymore

By: Tom Mounteer, Paul Hastings LLP Fall 2018 Issue
Environmental diligence must be customized for each property.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau, Managing Editor, Development Fall 2018 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Retrofitting Tysons: From Edge City to Walkable Urban Place

By: Christopher B. Leinberger, George Washington University School of Business and Arcadia Land Co. Summer 2018 Issue
The largest and best-known “edge city” in the U.S. is being transformed into a more walkable urban center.

The Evolving Automotive Industry: Detroit Meets Silicon Valley

By: Michael E. Karp, Cushman & Wakefield Summer 2018 Issue
Electrification, artificial intelligence, autonomy and mobility services are having big impacts on the Bay Area commercial real estate market.

The Distillery North: Passive House Apartments in South Boston

By: Michelle Apigian, AIA, Icon Architecture Summer 2018 Issue
The largest Passive House project in Massachusetts offers lessons for developers seeking to reduce energy use and operating costs.

A Hurricane Survival Guide

By: Hans Brindley, Liberty Property Trust Summer 2018 Issue
Almost a year later, Liberty Property Trust looks back at the impact of Hurricane Harvey.

Mixing It Up in Midtown Houston

By: Kirsten Cornell, Walter P Moore Summer 2018 Issue
Houston’s new Midtown Park offers a wide array of amenities, plus an underground parking garage, coupled with sustainability.

New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, Managing Editor, Development Summer 2018 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Capitol View: Master Planning a Dynamic Urban District

By: Kyle Reis, Cooper Carry Spring 2018 Issue
A cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this Nashville mixed-use development, which is now underway on a brownfield site.

Crossroads Commerce Park: From Blighted Brownfield to Thriving Infill Industrial Park

By: Bill Mosher and Ann Sperling, Trammell Crow Company | Denver Spring 2018 Issue
Long-term planning and collaboration among various partners across multiple jurisdictions have been key to creating a new industrial park in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.

What Lies Ahead for Commercial Real Estate Sectors

By: Bill Hunt, Elmhurst Group Spring 2018 Issue
A look at some of the challenges and opportunities facing CRE.

Best Practices in Developing Skilled Nursing Facilities

By: Greg Lazaroff, PHCM Construction Inc. Spring 2018 Issue
An Ohio-based developer of these specialized properties describes how it is capitalizing on growing opportunities as well as evolving market trends.

Treehouses at Microsoft

By: Bret Boulter, Microsoft Spring 2018 Issue
By putting the employee experience at the center of its workplace design, Microsoft is reaching new heights.

New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, Managing Editor, Development Spring 2018 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Industrial Development Goes Vertical

By: Jay Todisco, AIA, LEED AP, Ware Malcomb Winter 2017/2018 Issue
A prototype design demonstrates the viability of multistory distribution centers in land-constrained North American submarkets.

The Perot Family's New Corporate Headquarters: A Powerful Collaboration Between Architecture and Landscape

By: Dave Goldberg, Annie Rummelhoff and Dakota Keene, Mithun Winter 2017/2018 Issue
The new headquarters for the Perot family businesses represents both the family legacy and an investment in the well-being of their employees.

Northgate Distribution Center

By: Taylor Cole Winter 2017/2018 Issue
The largest speculative distribution center in southern Nevada is turning North Las Vegas into an e-commerce mecca.

Legal Agreements for Mixed-use Projects

By: Paul N. Dubrasich, Cox Castle Nicholson LLP Winter 2017/2018 Issue
Anyone considering developing a mixed-use project should be aware of these key legal, design and management considerations.

Mixed-use Design: Making the Mixes Work

By: Eric Brown, AIA, principal/partner, and Rob Hagan, AIA, associate, Prellwitz Chilinski Associates Winter 2017/2018 Issue
Why do some mixed-use developments get the mixture so right, while others struggle?

Artful Landscape Design for Stormwater Management

By: Brian L. Reetz, senior associate and landscape architect, and Emilie C. Carter, PLA, ASLA, landscape architect, Design Collective Winter 2017/2018 Issue
Stormwater management features became an asset for a mixed-use project in Columbia, Maryland.

A Real Estate Developer's Sustainable Headquarters

By: Mohamed Abaza, PE, CEM, LEED AP, executive vice president and director of energy and sustainability services, Capital Brand Group LLC Winter 2017/2018 Issue
The Duffie Companies’ new headquarters incorporates innovative HVAC systems, lighting controls, a green roof and more, targeting LEED Platinum certification.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, Managing Editor, Development Winter 2017/2018 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Trammell Crow Company Timeless, Innovative, Entrepreneurial

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor to Development magazine Fall 2017 Issue
This year’s award winner has long been a pioneer in the development of top-quality commercial real estate assets.

CRE Development Opportunities In Public-private Infrastructure Partnerships

By: James M. Mulligan, partner, and Andrea Austin, associate, in the Denver office of Husch Blackwell LLP Fall 2017 Issue
Public-private partnerships are emerging as a mechanism that marries the funding of public facilities like courthouses, libraries, government offices and more with private commercial development.

From Obsolete Property to Modern Distribution Facility

By: Matt Goode, principal with Venture One Real Estate Fall 2017 Issue
A great location plus smart design result in fast lease-up of a last-mile distribution facility on Chicago’s South Side

The Summit at Fritz Farm

By: Lindsay Bayer Shipp, retail brand strategist and Molly Mackenzie, chief investment officer for Bayer Properties Fall 2017 Issue
Engaging regional “brand ambassadors” results in authentic placemaking for a mixed-use retail destination in Lexington, Kentucky.

Master Planning: A Powerful Tool to Add Value to CRE Developments

By: Nitin B. Desai and Philip Wilkinson Jr., AIA, architects, AE7 Planners and Architects Fall 2017 Issue
A master plan can help a developer strike the right balance between long-range investment objectives and the right mix of programmatic elements.

Smart Energy Retrofit in Chicago

By: Consolato Gattuso, Zeller Realty Group Fall 2017 Issue
Installing wireless pneumatic thermostats controlled by smart buildings software at 311 South Wacker Drive has significantly reduced HVAC energy use and increased tenant comfort.

Farm-to-table Dining Goes High Tech at Microsoft

By: Mark Freeman, senior manager, global dining, Microsoft Fall 2017 Issue
Microsoft’s high-tech urban farming project provides employees and guests with thousands of pounds of lettuce and microgreens each year.

Electric Shuttle Buses Come to Chicago

By: Amanda Tran, a freelance real estate writer and researcher Fall 2017 Issue
JLL and Proterra provide the nation’s first all-battery-powered commercial electric bus fleet.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Fall 2017 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

The Challenges Of Bringing a Museum to Market

By: Robbie Tarpley Raffish, a freelance writer based in Maryland Summer 2017 Issue
Museum development requires collaboration among designers, contractors and museum operators.

The Future of Family-owned CRE Businesses

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor to Development magazine Summer 2017 Issue
How can family-owned businesses stay competitive in the commercial real estate industry?

Funding Transit to Industrial Properties

By: Cinda Kelley, president, Kelley and Associates LLC Summer 2017 Issue
Employers in Plainfield, Indiana, are helping fund connector bus service that brings employees to local industrial parks.

Five Tips to Avoid Stormwater Headaches

By: Sam Arden, Peyton Nunez and Irene Vander Els, attorneys, Hartman Simons & Wood LLP Summer 2017 Issue
Site work that results in stormwater runoff or erosion can expose a developer to potential liability.

Colliers International's Advisor Development Program

By: Katherine Ringrose-Poole, national program director, advisor development, Colliers International Summer 2017 Issue
This professional development program has proven to be a sound investment that benefits the company’s brand, professionals and clients.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Summer 2017 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Transforming an Industrial Building for Carnegie Robotics

By: Adrienne Schmitz, freelance writer and real estate researcher Spring 2017 Issue
RIDC, a nonprofit developer in Pittsburgh, has converted a long-vacant factory building in a now-hip neighborhood into an industrial robotics facility.

Redeveloping Newspaper Headquarters

By: Patricia Raicht, senior vice president and national research director at JLL and Julia Georgules, vice president and director of U.S. office research at JLL Spring 2017 Issue
Redevelopment of former newspaper headquarters and other facilities is becoming big business in more markets, as news companies offload valuable real estate with great structural bones in high-quality locations.

Bulfinch Crossing The Next Phase of Urban Revitalization in Boston

By: Thomas N. O'Brien, founding partner and managing director at The HYM Investment Group LLC. Spring 2017 Issue
A 4.8-acre mixed-use, transit-oriented development on the site of the Government Center Garage aims to meet the future needs of Bostonians.

Taller Wood Buildings Coming Soon

By: Steve White, AIA, principal, Fentress Architects, and director of the firm’s Washington, D.C., studio Spring 2017 Issue
Mass timber is becoming a mainstream material for high-rise buildings.

The Sustainability Officer and Real Estate Operations

By: Sam Black, former contributing editor at Development, attorney and past chairman of the Washington, D.C., Smart Growth Alliance Spring 2017 Issue
Corporate sustainability efforts vary widely in their approaches to real estate.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Spring 2017 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Office Development in Mixed-use Settings: Raising the Bar in Suburbia

By: Jeff Berkes, executive vice president and president of West Coast operations and Don Briggs, executive vice president for development, Federal Realty Investment Trust Winter 2016/2017 Issue
Federal Realty Investment Trust shares lessons learned from developing office space in urban-style mixed-use projects.

Seniors Housing Moves Downtown

By: Adrienne Schmitz, freelance real estate writer and researcher Winter 2016/2017 Issue
Seniors’ desire to live in urban settings is creating new opportunities for developers.

The Future of Suburban Office Buildings

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor to Development magazine Winter 2016/2017 Issue
What features will suburban office buildings need to attract tomorrow’s tenants?

Atlanta Metro Studios And Union Station Business Center

By: Sheila Kelly Vertino, former editor-in-chief of Development magazine and a freelance writer Winter 2016/2017 Issue
A fully leased business center with movie production studios and a distribution center has risen on the site of a former Atlanta-area mall.

Fine-tuning the Open Plan Office

By: Bill LaPatra, AIA, partner, and Elizabeth Gordon, associate principal, at Mithun Winter 2016/2017 Issue
Traditional office users continue to adopt and adapt trends pioneered by tech companies.

From Offices to Live/Work Units

By: Adrienne Schmitz, freelance real estate writer and researcher Winter 2016/2017 Issue
A developer has begun creating value from obsolete office buildings by converting them into units that tenants can use as offices or apartments — or as live/work suites.

Microsoft's Commute Program Keeps Employees Moving

By: Brian Crockford, senior services manager and head of Microsoft’s Commute program at its corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington Winter 2016/2017 Issue
A corporate program improves the employee commuting experience while reducing the number of cars arriving on campus — and the company’s carbon footprint.

Net Zero Districts: Finding the Quadruple Bottom Line

By: Iain Campbell, managing director, Rocky Mountain Institute Winter 2016/2017 Issue
District-scale developments are uniquely positioned to be a major driver of the next generation of high-performance buildings and an intelligent electric grid.

New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Winter 2016/2017 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Touchstone: Small Team Big Impact

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor to Development magazine Fall 2016
This year’s award winner — which prides itself on creating shared value for owners, tenants and the community — developed more than 2 million square feet of space in 2015 with a staff of 10.

The Natural Capitalism Concept Comes to Industrial

By: Karl Heitman, AIA, LEED AP, Heitman Architects Inc. Fall 2016
Method’s new soap factory in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood has resulted in a more profitable, localized supply chain

Discovery Business Campus: From Industrial Campus to Mixed-use Business Park

By: Alison Melnychenko, owner of Scottsdale, Arizona-based Word Games Fall 2016
A nearly vacant semiconductor campus is transformed into a vibrant mixed-use business park that is attracting new users to its Tempe, Arizona, submarket.

The Suburban Office Parking Conundrum

By: Robert T. Dunphy, transportation consultant, adjunct professor at Georgetown University and an emeritus fellow of the Transportation Research Board Fall 2016
Do today’s densifying suburban office parks need less, more or different types of parking?

Developing Near Highways and Transit

By: Jeffrey A. Zapfe, Ph.D., president, Acentech Fall 2016
What developers can do to assess and mitigate ground-borne noise and vibration impacts.

Protecting Against Environmental Loss and Challenges

By: John J. Heft, MS, CRIS, senior vice president and director of the real estate practice at New Day Underwriting Managers Fall 2016
Pollution legal liability insurance can protect property owners and developers from liability associated with pollution-related property damage, cleanup and bodily injury.

Six Lessons for Developers Considering a Brownfield Remediation Project

By: Dennis M. Toft, partner, Chiesa, Shahinian & Giantomasi PC; chair of New Jersey’s Brownfields Task Force and a NAIOP New Jersey trustee Fall 2016
What developers need to know before beginning this type of challenging undertaking.

“Smart Glass” Reduces Glare, Improves Comfort

By: Robbie Tarpley Raffish, president, a.s.a.p.r. integrated marketing Fall 2016
Dynamic glass panes can decrease energy demand, glare and heat, resulting in a more comfortable indoor environment, while still letting the sunshine in.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Fall 2016
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Reliable Bandwidth for Office Buildings

By: Arie Barendrecht, CEO and cofounder of WiredScore Summer 2016
Building owners who provide cutting-edge Internet infrastructure are positioning themselves for long-term success.

The Future of E-commerce Fulfillment Centers

By: Ron Derven, contributing editor to Development magazine Summer 2016
How will the fulfillment centers of tomorrow differ from those in use today?

Nemours duPont Pediatrics: Innovation Inspired by the Affordable Care Act

By: Katie Jacoby, senior vice president, development, at Anchor Health Properties Summer 2016
A new outpatient facility in Southern New Jersey is designed to improve the patient experience as well as the health of the entire community.

Building for Wellness

By: Ed Klimek, AIA, NCARB, partner, KSS Architects Summer 2016
Workplaces that enhance employee health and well-being also enhance productivity — and employers’ financial bottom lines.

From Cubicles to Conservation

By: Giorgios L. Vlamis, partner and chief operating officer, Normandy Real Estate Partners, and Terrence Nolan, senior vice president, conservation transactions, Open Space Institute Summer 2016
Coupling development with land conservation can be a win-win for office parks and the public.

Smaller Cities Lighten Up on Minimum Parking Requirements

By: Craig Lewis, AICP, LEED AP, CNU-A, principal, Stantec, Charlotte, North Carolina Summer 2016
Minimum parking requirements make it difficult to design and build places for people, rather than cars.

Why General Partnerships in Commercial Development Are Destined to Fail

By: Matt Burgess, CEO, Missouri Land Company  Summer 2016
General partnerships are a risky way to structure a commercial real estate development company.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Summer 2016
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

The US Manufacturing Renaissance: Driving a Resurgence in Industrial Real Estate

By: Jason Tolliver, Andy Mace, Bethany Bailey and John Morris, respectively, head of industrial research, Americas; managing director, strategic consulting; managing director, strategy & operations; and leader, industrial services, Americas, at Cushman & Wakefield Spring 2016
Developers may be wise to seek out sites and locations that will attract manufacturing uses as well as those that will attract distribution operations.

Cardinal Health Medical Distribution Center: “Catalyst Converter” in the Motor City

By: Robbie Tarpley Raffish, CEO of a.s.a.p.r. integrated marketing Spring 2016
A massive brownfield redevelopment project begins with a new medical distribution center near downtown Detroit.

Gillem Logistics Center: From Army Base to Logistics Hub

By: Forrest Robinson and David Welch, CEO and partner, respectively, with Robinson Weeks Partners; Welch is overseeing the Gillem Logistics Center project Spring 2016
A closed Army base south of Atlanta is being transformed into a state-of-the-art logistics campus.

Schreiber Foods: Merging Corporate Goals and Urban Reinvestment

By: Peter Balistrieri, an associate vice president with HGA Architects and Engineers in Milwaukee. He was the project manager and programmer for this project. HGA’s design team also included James VanderHeiden, AIA, PE, principal-in-charge; Rick Hombsch, PE, project supervisor and Paula Verboomen, AIA, lead design architect. Spring 2016
A global dairy company consolidates its operations and R&D functions onto a single campus that is building synergy in downtown Green Bay.

Energy Consumption Disclosure Requirements

By: Stuart Brodsky, director, Center for the Sustainable Built Environment, New York University School of Professional Studies, Schack Institute of Real Estate Spring 2016
A number of states and municipalities now mandate energy performance disclosure for some commercial buildings.

The Police Station of the Future

By: Leigh Christy, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, associate principal, Perkins+Will Spring 2016
Five factors are shaping designs for new police stations and other public safety facilities.
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New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern, managing editor, Development Spring 2016
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

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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