September 18, 2018

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Owning the Future of Commercial Real Estate

At FlexOffice 2018, keynote speaker Antony Slumbers helped attendees glimpse the future of CRE, and how automation, the need for productive workspaces, flexible leases and more will shape the industry.
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Behind the Scenes of DC’s Most Innovative Developments

CRE.Converge 2018 offers a special look at the Washington, D.C., area’s most cutting-edge projects, from East Coast logistics hub Tradepoint Atlantic to data centers in Loudoun County, Virginia. Tours are filled on a first come, first served basis, so don’t delay in signing up!
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EPA to Reconsider Proposed Energy Star Changes

The agency has temporarily suspended new Energy Star building certifications as it conducts an internal review.
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How Tech Startups are Solving the Construction Industry’s Woes

The construction industry’s challenges are driving up costs and extending timelines for many projects. Now construction technology companies are stepping up to address these challenges using digital solutions, and Silicon Valley investors are pouring unprecedented levels of venture capital into funding these startups.
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Transitioning Toward the Autonomous Vehicle

The world’s leading auto manufacturers are already testing a wide range of artificial intelligence features, with the goal of eventually replacing human drivers altogether. Development magazine explores how automated cars will soon begin to have major impacts on commercial real estate, particularly parking infrastructure.
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Industry News

The Tricky Business of Cannabis Dispensary Leasing

As states legalize recreational and medicinal marijuana, the retail sectors of commercial real estate have been experiencing demand for dispensary space, but the brokerage process can be complicated.
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How Amazon May Impact Health Care and CRE

A new report examines how Amazon may leverage their partnership with JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway for a successful foray into health care.
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Grocers’ Interest in Autonomous Delivery Grows

Several grocery chains are now experimenting with using autonomous vehicles to connect goods and customers.
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