August 20, 2019

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Industrial Demand Forecast Decreases as Economy Slows

A new report from the NAIOP Research Foundation states that absorption is now expected to average 37 million square feet per quarter for the next two years – a significant slowdown from the average 60 million square feet of quarterly net absorption experienced during 2017 and 2018.
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CRE.Converge Early Bird Ends Aug. 23

This is the final week to save on registration for CRE.Converge, Oct. 14-16 in L.A. Join 1,500 of commercial real estate's top developers, owners, investors, brokers, architects and other professionals at the industry's unparalleled meeting for deals, connections and trends. Register today!
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Parking Perplexities Facing Developers

Providing parking for commercial properties has always been a challenge, but it’s even more so today. Development magazine explores how shared parking paired with technology offers solutions for changes in building usage.
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Service Resiliency is Make-or-break for Today’s Tenants

As e-commerce, cloud computing, file sharing, remote working, distance learning and other online functions have grown, resilient internet and electrical service have become crucial to most companies’ operations – and their bottom lines.
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I.CON East is Just Weeks Away!

There’s still time to register for industrial’s can’t-miss conference – but the event is nearing sold-out status. Secure your spot today, and join over 600 other industrial professionals for the best in networking and education, Sept. 12-13 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
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Senate Bill Aims to Clarify WOTUS Policy

The bill aims to give Congress, not the EPA, the authority to define what waterways should be regulated and how.
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CRE Must-reads

The Cities with the Lowest (and Highest) Living Costs

National Real Estate Investor (August 14)
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Commercial Real Estate Expert Says "Recessions Need To Be Caused By Some Sort Of Intervention"

Forbes (August 16)
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Does an Inverted Yield Curve Spell Doom for CRE? – Subscription required (August 15)
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The Reincarnation of America’s Most Infamous Dead Mall

The American Conservative (August 16)
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What Can AI Do for Commercial Real Estate Investors?

National Real Estate Investor (August 13)
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The World Is Your Office

Commercial Observer (August 14)
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