October 18, 2016

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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There’s Still Time: Online CRE Courses Start This Week

Register today for “Real Estate Investment and Capital Markets” and “Advanced Development Practices” – high-level education from industry experts with practices you can apply to your job now.
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Prepare for the Tech-enabled Future of Office

O.CON: The Office Conference leads the conversation on what's driving the future of office and helps keep you informed and well-positioned for what's on the horizon. Join us Nov. 1-2 in Los Angeles for sessions led by thought leaders in the office sector.
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Order the 2016 Compensation Report Now and Save $280

This report provides current data by nearly 300 companies on over 150 positions reflecting approximately 100,000 distinct jobs in office, industrial and retail. Order by Oct. 31 before the price increases.
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Discovery Business Campus: From Industrial Campus to Mixed-use Business Park

What happens when a developer decides to take a chance and purchase a half-vacant, dilapidated semiconductor campus in an unproven location while the market is still heavily impacted by the recession? Development magazine discovers how a nearly vacant campus was transformed into a vibrant mixed-use business park in Tempe, Arizona.
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Trump’s Tax Returns Pose Problems for Real Estate Industry

The Trump tax story is likely to shift the debate to how partnerships and other pass-through and real estate entities are taxed under the tax code.
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Creating Innovative and Inspiring Workspaces

Workspace design reflects a company’s brand, goals and culture – making it essential to create an environment that will attract and invigorate top talent. Visit NAIOP’s Market Share blog for a sneak peak of the general session, “Building to Suit the Multigenerational Workforce,” being presented at O.CON: The Office Conference, Nov. 1-2, in Los Angeles.
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The Natural Capitalism Concept Comes to Industrial

Why stop with building the first LEED Platinum soap factory, when you can also transform your product supply chain and a neighborhood’s food supply? Development magazine explores how Method’s new soap factory in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood has resulted in a more profitable, localized supply chain.
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Democrats See Takeover of Senate in November

Donald Trump’s recent controversies have boosted the chances of Democratic Senate hopefuls, with some Democrats now openly predicting that they will take over the Senate after the November elections.
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Second- and Third-tier Markets Poised for Expansion

Find out which second- and third-tier markets are capitalizing on new opportunities and attracting big-name companies in these session recaps from Commercial Real Estate Conference 2016.
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Industry News

Amazon Expected to Expand into Convenience Stores

Amazon may be readying for a further move into the grocery business by opening convenience stores and offering curbside pickup.
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$1.35 Trillion in the Global Property Investment Market

The global property investment market stabilized over the past year with volumes rising 0.5 percent to $1.35 trillion (including development), despite 12 months of uncertainty across the globe.
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With Major Markets Vacancy Rates Below 4 Percent, Shippers Look to Secondary Markets for Space

While the Los Angeles, Chicago and New Jersey industrial real estate markets are growing at a healthy pace, vacancies are tight there, causing shippers to look to secondary markets with close access to big population centers.
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