December 13, 2016

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Predicting Office Space Demand in 2017

NAIOP’s Office Space Demand Forecast helps to define linkages between economic and industrial sector activity and the demand for office real estate.
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Insights into Industrial Innovation

I.CON: Impact Projects, March 8-9, 2017, in Toronto, features in-depth case studies exploring the development process behind cutting-edge distribution centers, multi-modal warehouses and corporate headquarters. Learn more about this interactive industrial experience and register today.
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Welcome, New NAIOP Members!

NAIOP’s powerful North American network expanded by 245 new members in November. Only NAIOP has the people, knowledge and education to help you find connections, stay ahead of the curve, and make deals.
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Elevate Your Business Profile with NAIOP

Add your company listing to the NAIOP Buyers Guide and reach a targeted online audience of over 330,000 and print audience of 19,000 CRE professionals.
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One of the World’s Most Technologically Advanced Marine Terminals

The first phase of a nine-year, $1.3 billion redevelopment and expansion of the Port of Long Beach’s Middle Harbor shipping terminal opened for business in April 2016. When the next phase is complete in 2019, two aging shipping terminals will have been transformed into one of the greenest, most technologically advanced terminals in the world, as profiled in Development magazine.
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The Post-election Outlook for CRE

Now that Election Day has passed, what can our industry anticipate for tax reform, infrastructure, energy and other key issues in the year ahead? NAIOP’s Government Affairs team breaks down the potential impact of the 2016 elections on NAIOP’s public policy agenda and the commercial real estate industry in this special post on the Market Share blog.
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Funding Bill Signed, Bringing Lame-Duck Congress to a Close

Congress concluded without reaching agreement on a comprehensive energy bill, which contained provisions affecting the development of energy-efficiency building codes.
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Industry News

‘Grab and Go’ at Amazon’s 1,800-square-foot Grocery Store with No Checkout

Amazon has opened a grocery store with a twist: customers can shop to their heart’s content and then leave the store with their purchases without stopping at a checkout line.
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67,000 Robots in Use in China in 2015; Expected to Double by 2018

Robots are increasingly playing a bigger role in Chinese factories, where technological advances have lowered the cost of robot parts significantly, giving manufacturers the incentive to invest in these technologies as worker salaries rise and the labor force ages.
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Off the Tax Rolls 30 Years, 56-acre Site Springs to Life as a 1,100-unit Multifamily Project

A 56-acre Superfund site on Long Island Sound in New York where a factory produced munitions decades ago is coming back on the tax rolls after 30 years and is expected to add 1,800 residents to the city and generate $800 million in taxes over the next 40 years.
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