March 19, 2019

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Participate in the 2019 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey

Survey respondents at the company level will receive a complimentary electronic copy of the full report – a $2,250 value! Survey is open until April 26, 2019.
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New On-demand Course: Brokering in the Digital Age

Brokers today need to use technology to their advantage to remain competitive and enhance their value in the modern development process. This new on-demand course provides practical guidance on how to automate repetitive tasks, analyze big data sets, effectively track deals and more.
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Unlocking High-performance Talent in a Tight Labor Market

Savvy workplace design is flexible and personalized to attract and retain a high-performing, diverse workforce. Learn more from the results of a global research study by JLL.
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I.CON is Industrial Real Estate

Don’t miss the most critical conference for the industrial sector! Register now for one or both I.CONs in 2019: I.CON West will be held June 6-7 in Long Beach, California; I.CON East will be held Sept. 12-13 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
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The WELL Building Standard Continues to Evolve

While many WELL projects are office spaces, other commercial real estate product types including multifamily residences, retail spaces, warehouses, academic buildings and healthcare facilities are also taking part in the program, reports Development magazine.
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Teach a CRE Course in 2019

Share your real-world experiences by becoming a Center for Education faculty member in 2019. It's a great way to give back to your industry and help educate the next generation that is shaping commercial real estate.
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Lawmakers Propose QIP Fix, Carried Interest Legislation

Lawmakers in the Senate took a first step toward fixing a legislative mistake that unnecessarily burdens commercial real estate practitioners.
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CRE Must-reads

CRE Survey Takes On Tough Issues

GlobeSt.com – Subscription required (March 12)
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De Blasio Maps $10 Billion Plan for a Flood-Proof Manhattan

National Real Estate Investor (March 14)
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How to Fail in an Opportunity Zone

GlobeSt.com – Subscription required (March 15)
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Hudson Yards Is Manhattan’s Biggest, Newest, Slickest Gated Community. Is This the Neighborhood New York Deserves?

The New York Times (March 14)
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Scooters are littering sidewalks and injuring pedestrians. Can this startup bring order to the chaos?

The Washington Post (March 12)
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Why Open-Plan Offices Have Failed: We’re Drowning in Emails and Hate Our Co-Workers

Commercial Real Estate (March 13)
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