June 19, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Reminder: Your Login Has Changed

NAIOP has transitioned to a powerful new database to better serve our members. You can now log in to the NAIOP website using: Username: Your email address Password: Your 6-digit NAIOP member number

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Welcome, New NAIOP Members!

NAIOP grew by more than 100 new members in May. Join us in welcoming them to the premier commercial real estate development association in North America. Could one of these new members become your new business partner?
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Mass Timber High-rise Construction Becomes a Global Trend

In an age of shimmering glass and steel mega-structures, the idea of wooden high-rise buildings seems almost quaint. Since the concept of modern engineered-wood buildings was proposed more than a decade ago, however, the phenomenon has gained worldwide interest.
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Access I.CON Presentations and Recordings

Session recordings from I.CON ’18: The Industrial Conference are now available online, along with speaker presentations, blog posts, news coverage and photos. Catch up on the highlights from industrial’s most talked-about event.
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The State of Industrial, According to I.CON

Industrial expert Clark Machemer, senior managing director with Crow Holdings Industrial, helped distill the key takeaways from two days of exciting education, tours and networking sessions at I.CON: The Industrial Conference.
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Amenitize to Survive

Years ago, the key to attracting and retaining a talented workforce was to relax the rules a bit: Casual Fridays, flexible work hours and teleworking were the employee perks du jour. Now, the competition for top talent is driven by the demand for amenities of the less tangible type.
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Get Special Access to Cutting-edge Projects at CRE.Converge 2018

There’s so much more to Washington, D.C. than politics. The greater D.C. region boasts an impressive amount of development from data centers to logistics hubs, with mixed-use, office space, and everything in between. Project tours are now available for CRE.Converge 2018, Oct. 15-17; tour registration is first-come, first-served so sign up today!
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From Edge City to Walkable Urban Place

Edge cities are typically freeway-hugging agglomerations of regional malls, business parks, hotels and the occasional rental apartment complex, highly dependent on cars. Development magazine explores how the largest and best-known “edge city” in the U.S. is being transformed into a more walkable urban center.
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Applications Now Open: NAIOP’s National Forums Program

Build relationships and share industry expertise with other commercial real estate leaders through NAIOP’s flagship National Forums program. CRE professionals meet in select groups twice annually and connect online year-round. Learn more and submit your application today.
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Seattle City Council Backtracks on Head Tax

The planned tax would have charged large companies (those with more than $20 million in gross annual revenue) $275 for each employee to raise money for affordable housing.
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Industry News

Guru of Progressive Parking Believes in Fewer Parking Spaces, More Loading Zones

An expert believes cities should allocate space for loading zones that can be used by ride-sharing services. The benefits: These spaces could help traffic flow better and save money otherwise spent on costly structured parking.
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Former Wall Street Executive Warns of Virtual Currency Regulation

If certain virtual currencies are regarded as securities, trading them as is done currently will become illegal.
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Health Care’s Impact on Real Estate

Health care professionals are adopting real estate strategies that include locating health facilities in retail locations closer to consumers rather than upgrading functionally obsolete hospitals.
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