June 28, 2022

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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A Calming Presence at the Helm

It has been said that adversity doesn’t build a person’s character, it reveals it. If so, then Thomas J. Bisacquino, who is retiring this week as NAIOP’s president and CEO after 33 years with the association, revealed his strength of character right from the start of his tenure – and continuously thereafter. Read a retrospective on Bisacquino’s career with NAIOP in the summer issue of Development magazine.
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Corporate Events

Chicago Market Update Webinar
October 4, 2022, Virtual
CRE.Converge 2022
October 10-12, 2022, Chicago, Illinois

Exclusive Member Pricing for CRE.Converge Ends Soon!

CRE.Converge, Oct. 10-12 in Chicago, promises to be another blockbuster NAIOP event, where commercial real estate heavy hitters come together for top-tier keynotes, panel discussions, networking events and more. Register now to join us on the Magnificent Mile this fall. NAIOP members can take advantage of extra savings before July 8!
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Amp Up Your Professional Credentials – On Your Time

The NAIOP Center for Education offers over a dozen courses on core competency areas for commercial real estate, and all are available on-demand. Join the thousands of professionals who have taken NAIOP’s courses – from beginner to advanced level – and save money while you do it! We’re offering 10% off all courses with promo code SUMMER22 until Aug. 31.
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Webinar July 26: The Urban to Suburban Shift

Migration from the urban core to suburbs and smaller cities – temporary pandemic panic or the new normal? In this webinar, experts will share their research and the demographic trends they’re seeing, then offer insights into how these trends are shaping the investment landscape and driving decisions in developing and investing in urban/suburban office spaces.
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Advance Your Career Goals with the National Forums

Nearly 900 NAIOP members from across North America are part of NAIOP's National Forums program. National Forums members meet in select groups to discuss emerging trends, new business opportunities, potential deals, and form lasting relationships. Applications are only open twice each year so learn more and apply today!
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Transforming an Abandoned Brownfield into a Modern Cold Storage Facility

Investments in cold storage, warehouse, distribution and delivery facilities are on the rise to meet the demand generated by companies engaged in e-commerce, third-party logistics, packaging supply and the food industry. Development magazine explores how a public-private cold storage facility collaboration resulted in an $84 million investment and more than 80 new jobs in Portsmouth, Virginia.
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State Tax Revenues Hit by Inflation and Slowing Economy

Strong state and local revenue collections over the past year, coupled with federal pandemic assistance, have led to budget surpluses in most states; however, concerns are growing that inflation and resulting slower economic growth will negatively impact state revenues for 2023.
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CRE Must-reads

Developers Embrace Passion for Pickleball

The New York Times (June 14)
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Early-stage procurement: The next evolution of the construction supply chain

Building Design + Construction (June 20)
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EVs and Batteries: A Roadmap for CRE

Market Share Blog (June 10)
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Overcoming Industrial Construction and Design Challenges

Market Share Blog (June 10)
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Time and Cost Trade-offs for Adaptive Reuse Projects

Market Share Blog (June 20)
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You’re creating jobs. But who will fill them?

Hilco (Sponsored Content)
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