June 12, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Calling All Developing Leaders: Apply for the 2018 DL Award

The 2018 Developing Leaders Award will be presented to commercial real estate professionals 35 years of age and under who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and outstanding professional accomplishments in the industry. Application deadline: June 29.
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The Architecture and Design of the Ideal Workplace

By emphasizing key elements of positive psychology from the beginning of the development process, workplace design can help employees feel a sense of purpose, have fun and, above all, feel respected.
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I.CON Presentations Now Available

Check out blog posts and download presentations from I.CON: The Industrial Conference last week in Jersey City. This year’s event was completely sold out, so save the date for next year and register early: I.CON ’19 will be held June 6-7, 2019, in Long Beach, California.
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San Francisco Voters Split on CRE Tax Measures

NAIOP opposed the propositions, citing that both had the potential to harm the city’s economy and increase the cost of doing business in San Francisco.
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Treehouses at Microsoft

Microsoft’s Puget Sound headquarters has introduced three outdoor meeting areas in the trees outside a cluster of its buildings. Development magazine explores how, by putting the employee experience at the center of its workplace design, Microsoft is reaching new heights.
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Industry News

Tackling the Trucking Pain Point

The trucking market has been at 100 percent capacity since 2004, resulting in driver shortages and rejected orders.
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Southern US Cities Gaining Population

According to the U.S. Census, eight out of the 15 U.S. cities with the largest population gains are in the south, with three of the top five located in Texas.
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Retirees Reshaping Residential

Demographers estimate that the age 65-and-over population in the U.S. will double between 2010 and 2060, and these retirees want different amenities than previous generations.
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