October 31, 2017

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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CRE.Converge 2017 Session Recordings Now Available

Miss CRE’s premier event? We’ve got you covered with the conference session recordings, recaps and news coverage you need on the CRE.Converge resources page.
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Tax Reform Bill Already Facing Opposition

Lawmakers were set to release a complete tax reform plan this Wednesday, but even before going public, the proposal has already run into serious opposition that may force a delay in its release.
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Digital Tools Are Modernizing Today’s Investment Sales Cycle

Though technology can never replace brokers in the investment sales process, it can cast a wider net and help investment brokers, buyers and sellers close more deals more quickly.
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Where will Amazon Build HQ2?

Amazon’s search for a second headquarters – expected to bring 50,000 jobs and a $5 billion investment in the region – drew more than 200 proposals from cities and regions across North America. We asked NAIOP’s Distinguished Fellows to predict which city will secure the title of “HQ2” and why, as well as the potential impact on the region.
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Authentic Placemaking in Action: The Summit at Fritz Farm

Placemaking is a hot trend in mixed-use development these days, and works best when a developer goes deep into the community to build authentic connections by spending time, energy and resources. Development magazine discovers how engaging regional “brand ambassadors” resulted in authentic placemaking for a mixed-use retail destination in Lexington, Kentucky.
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Explore the Latest Advances in Office Development

Industry leaders at CRE.Converge discussed what developers and investors need to know to keep at the forefront of office development, from coworking spaces to extending the life of aging office assets. Catch up on any sessions you missed with recaps on NAIOP’s Market Share blog.
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Industry News

Deloitte: Can Real Estate Firms Keep Up?

To close the gap between technological changes and business productivity over the next 12-18 months, the CRE industry should prioritize certain key areas, according to a new report.
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Malls Invest More Than $8 Billion to Attract Shoppers

A new report explores 90 super regional and regional malls that are currently undergoing or have gone through a significant renovation to respond to changing shopper preferences.
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NYC Could See Bad Flooding Every Five Years, Study Says

Floods that used to strike the city only once every 500 years could occur every five years, researchers say. They hope studies like this one will provide information that municipal officials can use.
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