June 26, 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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St. John Properties, Inc. is NAIOP 2018 Developer of the Year

St. John Properties, a Baltimore-based commercial real estate developer and owner with 19 million square feet of office, flex/R&D, retail and warehouse space and more than 2,500 residential units, has been selected as the NAIOP Developer of the Year.
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Register Now for FlexOffice 2018 in Austin

Former property developer, entrepreneur and consultant Antony Slumbers will deliver the keynote, discussing the changing nature of work, megatrends in technology, future CRE business models and more. Don’t miss it! Registration rates increase Aug. 3.
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Developing Leaders: Award Applications due Friday!

Applications for the 2018 Developing Leaders Award are due this Friday, June 29. Award recipients will be recognized at CRE.Converge 2018 in addition to receiving abundant publicity and networking opportunities, plus complimentary CRE.Converge 2018 registration for the award recipient and their immediate supervisor. Don’t delay in applying for this industry honor!
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The Tech-enabled Future of CRE

The latest Research Foundation e-newsletter features key takeaways from a talk by Frank Cuevas, vice president for IBM, who oversees the company’s global real estate strategy and operations. Hear Cuevas’ thoughts on innovation, amenitization, and competition for labor in real estate.
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Build Smarter: Seven Ideas for Containing Construction Costs

Everyone involved in the built environment is looking for ways to keep costs down without sacrificing quality, as well as eliminate the delays, mistakes and course corrections that bust budgets. These seven suggestions focus on the key budget pain points: people, processes and project materials.
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Is Retail Dead, or Just Changing?

Retail and industrial experts took to the stage at I.CON ’18: The Industrial Conference to discuss the ultimate question in this e-commerce era: Is retail dead? Check out the top 10 soundbites from the jam-packed session.
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Supreme Court: States May Collect Internet Sales Tax

With the Supreme Court’s decision, many states are now free to pass legislation enabling collection efforts of online sales taxes from out-of-state vendors.
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The Industry’s Premier Event: CRE.Converge 2018

From emerging trends to industry best practices, CRE.Converge offers the knowledge and tools you need to advance. Explore the agenda for CRE.Converge 2018, Oct. 15-17, in Washington, D.C. Save with early registration!
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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Apply for NAIOP’s National Forums

Cultivate high-powered relationships and exchange industry knowledge through NAIOP’s National Forums program. Applications are processed on a rolling basis so submit yours today. The question isn’t whether you should join – the question is what are you waiting for?
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Detroit Meets Silicon Valley

The Bay Area and Silicon Valley have long been the epicenter of the technology industry, so it is no surprise that the rapid evolutionary changes that are beginning to appear in cars, trucks and buses originated there. Development magazine explores how electrification, artificial intelligence, autonomy and mobility services are having big impacts on the Bay Area commercial real estate market.
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Industry News

Food Halls are Reviving Retail

Younger shoppers are more interested in eating while shopping than older generations, leading to a trend in “eatertainment”-style properties.
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Automation Coming to Supply Chain Management

In five to 10 years, the supply chain management process as we know it may be obsolete, replaced by technology that requires very little human intervention.
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US Coastal Real Estate at Risk

A new report warns that more than 300,000 coastal homes and 14,000 commercial properties with a collective market value of about $117.5 billion and $18.5 billion, respectively, are at risk of chronic flooding by 2045.
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