May 7, 2019

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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A Potential Infrastructure Spending Deal, But No Details

Democratic lawmakers and President Donald Trump say they want to spend $2 trillion to improve the country’s infrastructure.
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Hiring and Retaining Top CRE Talent Webinar on May 21

Register today for the next NAIOP Advantage Series webinar, May 21 from 2-3 p.m. ET, which focuses on the latest findings on industry employment trends and compensation, recruitment and retention tactics, and the future of the commercial real estate workforce.
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Sentiment Index: Steady, Sustainable Growth into 2020

The Spring 2019 NAIOP Sentiment Index indicates respondents believe the overall CRE development market should support continued expansion for another year. Read the full report to see feedback on individual topics including available debt and equity, construction costs and more.
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New On-demand Course: Modern Industrial Development

Gain an understanding of the steps involved in the ground-up development of an industrial building and the diverse types of industrial properties with this new on-demand course. Modules include infill development, temperature-controlled environments and distribution of goods/supply chain.
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Save $550 with Super-early Rates for CRE.Converge 2019

Join 1,300+ industry leaders from across North America at NAIOP's largest conference for business deals, valuable connections and insights into emerging trends. CRE.Converge 2019, Oct. 14-16, will take place in Los Angeles’ exciting sports and entertainment district L.A. LIVE. NAIOP members: Register by May 31 for extra discounts!
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The Top 20 U.S. Counties for Opportunity Zone Investment

Opportunity Zones have been generating excitement among investors, institutions and community leaders seeking to take advantage of tax incentives offered through this community investment tool. There are nearly 9,000 tracts across the U.S. that are eligible for Opportunity Zone investment – here are the areas most attractive to prospective investors.
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Shipping Innovations Along Inland Waterways Present Opportunities for Developers

Container-on-vessel service along the Mississippi River and into the Midwest could increase demand for distribution facilities, reports Development magazine.
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Attending I.CON West?

Don’t forget to register for exclusive project tours and the adaptive reuse workshop on Wednesday, June 5. Both require advance registration and have limited capacity – don’t miss out!
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CRE Must-reads

Can an Art Collective Become the Disney of the Experience Economy?

New York Times (May 1)
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The coming shakeout in industrial distribution

McKinsey & Company (May 6)
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HOK’s latest study takes a new look at tech workplaces

Building Design + Construction (May 2)
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How Does WeWork Make Money?

CREtech (May 6)
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Regional Mall Owners Focus on Adaptive Reuse and Smaller, More Nimble Tenants

National Real Estate Investor (May 2)
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'WePark' Turns Paid Parking Spots Into SF Work Spaces

NBC News (May 1)
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