October 23, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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CRE.Converge Keynotes on Leadership, the Economy and Future Disruptions

CRE.Converge 2018 keynote speakers provided new perspectives on hot topics including the global economy, how to create a culture of productive generosity in your workplace, and advice on anticipating future disruptions.
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Access CRE.Converge 2018 Resources

CRE.Converge brought 1,300 commercial real estate leaders to Washington, D.C., last week to build partnerships, gain industry insights and make deals. Catch up on any sessions you missed with presentations, blog posts and news coverage from CRE's premier event.
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St. John Properties is the NAIOP Developer of the Year

Calling the NAIOP Developer of the Year honor “one of our company’s greatest achievements,” company founder and Chairman Edward St. John accepted the award at CRE.Converge 2018 and shared a video that tells the company’s story of growth and highlights its development and philanthropic activities.
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Boston Scientific's Global Customer Fulfillment Center

Corporate real estate planning is both a science and an art, an endeavor made more complicated by a large organization’s size and scope. Development magazine profiles how Boston Scientific Corp., a worldwide developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical technology, has made a commitment to adopting a master planning approach to its global real estate, facility management and sustainability initiatives.
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Treasury Releases Regulatory Proposal for Opportunity Zones

The proposed rules provide clarity to investors about what conditions they need to meet to qualify for tax breaks under the law.
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Meet a Research Foundation Governor: Eva Stevens

Eva Stevens is president and COO of United Properties in Minneapolis, Minnesota. “There are almost four generations in the workforce right now and that is really impacting the way space is being used. That change is very interesting.”
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Industry News

Japan’s Humanoid Robot Installs Drywall by Itself

The robot, named HRP-5P, is part of an initiative that aims to use robots in everything from “industrial applications all the way to bartending.”
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Assistance with Green Roof Requirements

Green roofs have been slowly catching on in the U.S., but more municipalities are encouraging or requiring their installation to reduce energy costs and absorb stormwater.
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Seoul Plans $100 Million to Integrate Blockchain into City Services

The city plans to adopt blockchain into city services such as labor welfare, vehicle history management, donations management and elections voting.
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