March 2, 2021

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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Webinar March 9: Supply Chains Under Siege

Supply chain disruptions in the U.S. and across the globe attributed to COVID-19 have led to increased risks and costs that few predicted. Can regionalization lower transportation costs and shorten delivery times? Is nearshoring or onshoring worth it? Experts will address these questions and more in a webinar March 9. Register now!
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Strong Growth in Demand for Industrial Space

Industrial real estate remains the leading property type as the pandemic accelerated an existing long-term trend toward increased e-commerce. In the latest industrial space demand forecast from the NAIOP Research Foundation, the report's authors predict total net absorption will be 314.9 million square feet in 2021 and 231.6 million square feet in 2022.
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House Passes Coronavirus Bill; Senate Next

The bill provides additional funding for vaccine production and distribution, an extension of enhanced unemployment benefits, financial assistance to state and local governments, and more.
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[Watch] NAIOP State of the Association 2021

Learn about NAIOP’s 2021 plans, hear an update on our legislative priorities, and learn what’s next for your association.
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CREW Benchmark Study on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The “2020 CREW Network Benchmark Study: Gender and Diversity in Commercial Real Estate” found that women comprise 36.7% of commercial real estate professionals, hold just 9% of C-suite positions and earn less than men, reports Development magazine.
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Events Across the Chapter Network

All NAIOP members are invited to register for this virtual chapter program. Expand your network and connect with members outside your local market.
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Real Estate Challenge: UCLA vs. USC | NAIOP SoCal

Thursday, March 4, 2021 Join NAIOP SoCal for their annual real estate challenge program on March 4. This year’s event is a virtual challenge between students from Ziman Center of Real Estate at UCLA’s Anderson School of Business and the Lusk Center at USC’s Marshall School of Business and Price School of Public Policy, who will compete to determine the best use for the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Downtown Los Angeles. Use code NAIOPMEM to register.
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CRE Must-reads

BentallGreenOak to Buy Metropolitan Real Estate

Commercial Property Executive (Feb. 26)
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Blended Work Schedules Are the Future of Office

GlobeSt.com - Free registration required (Feb. 26)
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CoStar's Revenue Grew 19% Last Year As CRE Shifted Operations Online

Bisnow (Feb. 24)
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Hotel Sellers Use Car-Sales Model to Finance Lodging Deals

The Wall Street Journal (Feb. 23)
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Industrial in an Investment Revolution

Market Share Blog (March 2)
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Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors

The New York Times (Feb. 25)
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What Happens When a City’s Largest Employer Goes ‘Work From Anywhere’

Bloomberg CityLab (Feb. 11)
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