May 1, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Advantage Series Webinar: Urban Progress and What It Means for Owners

Owners are the ultimate risk takers in any building project. Peter O’Brien, Director of Strategy for Honest Buildings, will share how owners are accessing and making use of project data – and driving urban progress in the process. Register today for this member-only webinar. May 15, 2-2:45 p.m. ET. Webinar sponsored by Versico Roofing Systems.
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Predicting Industrial Growth Trends for 2018

Discover additional insights and context for NAIOP’s Industrial Space Demand Forecast for Q1 2018 from Drs. Mark Eppli and Josh Harris. In this Market Share post, they share their take on which markets have room for growth and address demand for multilevel warehouses in the U.S.
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Make High-impact Connections at CRE’s Premier Event

Don’t just meet people – meet the right people! CRE.Converge attendees by the numbers: 60 percent are developers, owners or investors; 87 percent are senior management; 87 percent work in industrial real estate and 75 percent work in office real estate. Register today for CRE.Converge 2018, Oct. 15-17, in Washington, D.C.
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Capitol View: Master Planning a Dynamic Urban District

A new walkable urban district is now rising on a 32-acre former brownfield site in Nashville's North Gulch neighborhood, adjacent to the city's booming downtown. Development magazine explores how a cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this mixed-use development.
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Webinar May 8: Supercharge Your Networking Skills

Not a natural at networking? No problem – engagement expert Shawna Suckow will share tips and tricks for navigating conferences and networking with ease to accomplish your goals during an Advantage Series webinar May 8, from 2-2:30 p.m. Webinar sponsored by Rockefeller Group.
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What You Need to Know About “Opportunity Zones”

The commercial real estate industry will soon have a new way to invest as a key aspect of tax reform moves forward.
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Industry News

Big Data and the Supply Chain: Moving Beyond the Spreadsheet

Supply chain companies that rely on just one type of analytics will fail to effectively use big data for critical innovations and improvements.
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Rethinking Vacant Retail Space

In New York City, owners of retail space may be charged fines or extra taxes for leaving their storefronts empty.
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Amazon, Apple and Google: America’s Next Homebuilders?

Smart homes built from the ground up could incorporate all of the current assistive technologies and cabling, while operations could be controlled from a central hub.
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