April 17, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Local Labor Pool Can Determine Property Strength

Beyond improved delivery times, businesses and industrial developers have to contend with another key factor in site selection: the labor pool.
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Spring NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index Results

The two most positive changes in the survey were expectations regarding the availability of both debt and equity over the next 12 months.
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Robots are Coming for White-collar Jobs

Up to 800 million people could have their jobs displaced by automation by 2030, according to a report by the McKinsey Global Institute. However, employees may have opportunities to transition to new roles and responsibilities within their field that are beyond the scope, capability or financial viability of automation.
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Change is Coming to the Nation’s Capital

Two shakeups came last week: House Speaker Paul Ryan’s retirement announcement and a push to speed up the infrastructure approval process.
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Reimagining Interior Space with Robotic Furniture

Meet Ori, a company that combines robotics, architecture and design to enable space to intelligently and effortlessly adapt to people and their everyday activities. Development magazine explores how North American developers are animating small spaces with architectural robotics.
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Industry News

First Cannabis Industrial Park to Open in the US

Tenants at the 16-acre location will include growers, testing facilities and companies that produce cannabis-based foods, gum and drinks.
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Marcus and Millichap: “Exciting” Outlook for Industrial in 2018

Economic growth along with demand from the growing e-commerce segment and improving supply chains have elevated investor sentiment.
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Looking Back at the Edge City

“Edge Cities” have at least 5 million square feet of leasable office space, 600,000 square feet of retail space, and more jobs than bedrooms.
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