February 13, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Shifting Demographics’ Effect on CRE

An Advantage Series webinar on Feb. 20, led by Pew Research Center’s Richard Fry, Ph.D., will dive into U.S. demographic trends and generational differences and how they impact CRE and the economy. Register for this free member benefit.
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A Candid Perspective on Politics Today

Last week at the 2018 Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat in Washington, D.C., NAIOP chapter leaders heard from political keynote speaker Donna Brazile, former chair of the Democratic National Committee and veteran political strategist.
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Examining New Types of Tenant Amenities

A new study from the NAIOP Research Foundation examines new and different types of amenities that “activate” the common space in buildings by creating opportunities for socialization among tenants and the opportunity to work in areas beyond the tenant’s suite.
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Shutdown Avoided; On to Infrastructure

This week, President Trump will unveil his budget and an infrastructure reform plan, and the Senate is expected to take up a freewheeling debate on immigration policy.
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A Fresh Approach to E-grocery Logistics

Online grocery sales continue to rise and are expected to make up as much as 20 percent of total grocery retail sales by 2025. Learn how industrial real estate is approaching the logistical obstacles of delivering fresh and consumable products at CRE.Insights: The Last Mile, March 5-6, 2018. View the full conference agenda and register today.
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Developer of the Year: NAIOP’s Highest Honor

Nominate your company for the NAIOP 2018 Developer of the Year award. You’ll be recognized throughout the year and celebrated at the fall CRE.Converge 2018 conference in Washington, D.C. Show us what your company has to offer in quality of products/services, innovation and leadership in the industry and your community.
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Call for Presentations: FlexOffice 2018

Wednesday, February 14, is the deadline to submit session and presenter proposals on education topics of interest to developers, operators and owners of flexible office, coworking, and office as a service projects. Your proposal could be selected to be presented at FlexOffice 2018, a new office-focused conference hosted by NAIOP and GWA, September 12-14, 2018, in Austin.
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Health Care Tenants Inject New Life into Ailing Shopping Malls

As health care providers seek to improve customer service by offering convenient access closer to where their patients live and work, they are discovering a hidden resource: the regional mall, reports Development magazine.
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Congratulations, Chapter Merit Award Winners!

Eighteen chapters and nine individuals were honored with special recognition at the annual Chapter Leadership & Legislative Retreat in Washington, D.C.
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Applications Now Open: NAIOP's Diversity Student Scholarship

NAIOP is proud to continue our scholarship program for students pursuing a degree in preparation for a career in commercial real estate. NAIOP’s scholarship program is part of the association’s commitment to the next generation of CRE leadership and a more inclusive industry. Applications due March 30.
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Welcome, New NAIOP Members!

Nearly 500 commercial real estate professionals started the year strong by joining NAIOP’s powerful North American network in January. We welcome them to the leading organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate.
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Industry News

Retail Trends: Diminished Demand for Apparel

Experiential pursuits, such as travel and dining out, are displacing apparel purchases.
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Shared Living Arrangements Continue to Grow in US

In 2017, nearly 31.9 percent of the adult population lived in a shared household, up from 27.4 percent in 2004.
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Singapore Surpasses China as Largest Asian Investor in US CRE

Singapore’s outbound investments in U.S. commercial property nearly doubled from $3.3 billion in 2016 to $6.2 billion in 2017.
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