August 27, 2019

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Will Multistory Warehouses Catch On?

In an exclusive piece with Bisnow, JLL Managing Director Leslie Lanne shares insights as the brokerage team leader for Sunset Industrial Park, which is set to become the largest multistory warehouse in the U.S. when construction is completed in early 2021. Lanne will speak during the “The Multistory Debate” session at I.CON East, Sept. 12 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
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Data Drives Decision-making in Retail Real Estate

In an era of disruption and evolution, retailers are looking for ways to cut costs and also to improve customer experiences to drive sales. Development magazine explores how maximizing real estate utilization through the use of data is a practical and measurable way of achieving both goals.
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Webinar Sept. 24: The Evolution of Suburban Office Parks

Examine how developers are modernizing suburban office parks to attract tenants and boost profitability in this Advantage Series webinar focused on a new NAIOP Research Foundation report.
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New Industrial Space Demand Forecast Predicts Significant Slowdown

The forecast for net industrial space demand has decreased amid slower growth in the U.S. economy. Absorption is now expected to average 37 million square feet per quarter for the next two years, according to report authors Dr. Hany Guirguis of Manhattan College and Dr. Joshua Harris of New York University.
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Register Now for CRE Courses this Fall

Two online courses begin in October: Construction Management for Developers and Owners (Oct. 23), and the very popular Basic Real Estate Finance (Oct. 24). Register now and you’ll start 2020 with new skills and a more comprehensive understanding of the industry.
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How Car-sharing Spaces Help Developers Eliminate Excessive Parking

With car ownership expected to decline as early as 2030, developers in some cities are incorporating designated car-sharing parking spaces in their building designs, saving on parking construction costs and also providing greater long-term flexibility for the property space.
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Recording Available: Success in Succession Webinar

Miss the most recent Advantage Series webinar? Log in to listen to the archived recording of this webinar on effective succession planning for businesses, including a Q&A portion with speaker Brian Haney, vice president with The Haney Company.
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Trump Administration Moves to Update Endangered Species Act

The new regulations make significant changes to the way federal agencies would determine which species and habitats qualify for protections under the 46-year-old law.
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Apply to Speak at CRE.Converge 2020

Are you a CRE subject matter expert, or do you have a unique project or case study to share? The NAIOP CRE.Converge 2020 committee wants to hear from you! Submit your proposal by September 30.
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CRE Must-reads

Businesses Flock to Baltimore Wasteland in Epic Turnaround Tale

Bloomberg Businessweek (August 15)
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CRE’s Top 10 Issues: A Deeper Dive

Commercial Property Executive (August 23)
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Curbing roadside chaos

Axios (August 21)
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Data-Center Market Is Booming Amid Shift to Cloud

Wall Street Journal (August 19)
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New architects’ report shows how the trade war is hitting commercial real estate

CNBC (August 21)
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WeWork may fail. Coworking won’t

Curbed (August 23)
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Yield Curve Inversion Might Be a Good Thing for CRE Investors

National Real Estate Investor (August 22)
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