January 29, 2019

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Deadline Feb. 22: NAIOP/Prologis Inclusion Scholarship

NAIOP and Prologis are partnering to provide a program scholarship for up to 10 individuals, helping prepare a pipeline of women and minorities for positions in commercial real estate. Apply online or encourage someone you know to apply!
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Are There Surprises Ahead for 2019?

The CRE industry is continuing its trajectory from last year, with no visible signs of adjustment thus far. But political and economic forces are beginning to stir and many are wondering if there are any surprises on the horizon. NAIOP Chairman Greg Fuller, president and COO at Granite Properties, talked with GlobeSt.com about trends coming into play this year.
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Webinar Feb. 19: Setting Up a Private Equity Fund

Register now for the next member-exclusive Advantage Series webinar on Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. ET, which will delve into issues frequently on the minds of those considering or just starting a private equity fund.
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Government Shutdown Ends – For Now

The shutdown has slowed down activity at several agencies that would have an impact on the commercial real estate industry, primarily on the regulatory front.
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Explore the Critical First Mile of the Industrial Supply Chain

Take a deep dive into the changing logistics chain at a special one-day industrial event February 19 in Miami. CRE.Insights: Industrial Supply Chain will examine cutting-edge approaches to port development, temperature-controlled storage and urban industrial. Register today!
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Webinar Recap: Best Practices for Creating an Engaged Workforce

Only a third of U.S. employees feel engaged at work, according to Gallup polls. In a recent NAIOP Advantage Series webinar, Bozzuto’s Kristen Reese-Magni provided an in-depth look at what factors characterize an engaged workforce and how that translates to business results. Reese-Magni participated in a bonus question-and-answer session following the webinar.
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Pondering Public Art?

Public art has become almost essential at many office buildings and mixed-use development projects because it brings vitality to public spaces. Developers who incorporate public art into commercial space find that the second-most important person in such projects – right behind the artist – is their lawyer.
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CRE Must-reads

The Bifurcated City

City Journal (January 25)
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Exclusive Research: The New Retail

National Real Estate Investor (January 24)
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Over 30 Percent of All U.S. Office Space Will be Flexible by 2030

World Property Journal (January 24)
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WeWork is moving onto Starbucks’ turf with new coffee shops with workspaces

MarketWatch (January 22)
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Where is the Future CRE Talent Pool?

GlobeSt.com (January 25)
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