May 15, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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New NAIOP Database

NAIOP is transitioning to a new database to better serve our members. Member login is unavailable during this transition. We appreciate your patience.
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FlexOffice 2018 is coming to Austin!

This collaborative conference, Sept. 12-14 in Austin, Texas, brings together a dynamic group of owners, operators and developers of office space for compelling keynotes and conversations. We can guarantee you’ll make new connections with professionals outside of your usual circle. Register early and save!
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How Electric Bike Share Will Change the Commuting Game

Uber recently acquired electric bike company JUMP for close to $200 million, a sign of just how much potential electric bikes have to change overall bike sharing usage and commuting patterns in urban areas.
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Developing Leaders: Be Recognized for Your Accomplishments

Applications are open for NAIOP’s 2018 Developing Leaders Award honoring commercial real estate professionals, 35 years of age and under, for their valued contributions and commitment to the industry. Submit your application online today!
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NAIOP and Prologis Announce CRE Scholarship Recipients

Ten individuals have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the NAIOP and Prologis Inclusion in CRE Scholarship for Women and Underrepresented Professionals, designed to prepare a pipeline of women and minorities for development and operations positions in commercial real estate.
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Cities as a Service

What does the on-demand economy mean for real estate? In his keynote address at National Forums Symposium 2018, NewCities Foundation’s Greg Lindsay described how cities as a service are changing how we live, work, move and more – and the opportunities this creates. Watch the presentation or read the recap on NAIOP’s Market Share blog.
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HVCRE Reform to Move Ahead in House of Representatives

A new bill would address concerns from the CRE industry while still promoting economically responsible commercial real estate lending.
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Webinar Recap: Supercharge Your Networking Skills

Hundreds of participants joined last week’s webinar to gain tricks and tips for networking with ease. Members can listen to the full archived recording, read the blog recap and download the slide deck.
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From Blighted Brownfield to Thriving Infill Industrial Park

Located on a brownfield site just five miles north of downtown Denver, Crossroads Commerce Park provides a central location for distribution facilities. Development magazine explores how long-term planning and collaboration among various partners across multiple jurisdictions have been key to creating a new industrial park in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.
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Industry News

Vancouver: Lowest Office Vacancy in North America

JLL analysis reveals the city has not only one of the lowest office vacancy rates in North America, but its rents are some of the most affordable in the region.
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Retail Outlook for 2018: Changes and Opportunities

While stores found in malls will continue to decline, other sectors will expand, such as dollar stores, discount grocery and fitness/health clubs.
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Amazon Tells Cities Why They Failed to Qualify for HQ2

Detroit is now considering strengthening its regional transportation network after Amazon officials told them it was the main reason the city did not make the HQ2 short list.
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