Urban Food Halls

By: Amanda Tran Summer 2017 Issue

Food halls offer small-scale opportunities for landlords, operators, chefs and diners.

Beyond 72 Degrees and Sunny Inside: Optimizing the Indoor Work Environment

By: Dan Diehl Summer 2017 Issue

The conversation about indoor environments is changing as tenants leverage new technologies to support employee productivity.

Five Decades of CRE and NAIOP

By: Margarita Foster Summer 2017 Issue

A Timeline of Key Industry and Advocacy Events

Canadian and U.S. National Industrial Trends

By: David Egan, Americas head of industrial research, CBRE Global Research Summer 2017 Issue

A comparison of these two North American industrial markets offers some interesting insights.

Displaying Real-time Transit Information: An Update

By: Ron Derven Summer 2017 Issue

Screens that provide real-time transit and other transportation information have become an amenity valued by office and residential tenants.

Cranes and Lanes: The Link Between Transportation Infrastructure and CRE

By: Brian Landes, GIS analyst, Transwestern Summer 2017 Issue

Transportation infrastructure can have dramatic effects on the value of commercial real estate.

NAIOP's 50th Anniversary

By: Sheila Kelly Vertino, Thomas J. Bisacquino, Margarita Foster, Kathryn Hamilton and Julie D. Stern Summer 2017 Issue

NAIOP celebrates 50 years of advocacy, education and professional excellence.

How Retail Flagships Lead the Fleet

By: James Cook Summer 2017 Issue

Flagship stores enable retailers to create a physical embodiment of a brand through design and spectacle — and to experiment with new concepts and technologies.

Co-working Spaces for Health and Beauty Professionals

By: Ken McAllister Summer 2017 Issue

A real estate model originally designed to meet the needs of startups and freelancers is customized for the health and beauty industry.

Bringing the Outdoors In With Living Walls

By: Alvaro J. Ribeiro Summer 2017 Issue

Living wall systems can be simpler to install and maintain than one might expect — and can have meaningful impacts on building owners and occupants.

Business / Trends Articles from Previous Issues

By: James Breeze
Spring 2017 Issue
Today’s industrial users are looking beyond rental rates to consider transportation and inventory carrying costs when making location decisions.
By: Gary Miciunas
Spring 2017 Issue
“Third places,” both in common areas and within tenant spaces, can add value to office buildings.
By: Adam Robinson
Spring 2017 Issue
As industrial users consolidate operations under one roof, “creative industrial” is becoming the future of industrial space.
By: Robert T. Dunphy
Spring 2017 Issue
About a third of the suburban office developers responding to a recent NAIOP survey have already added parking to existing properties; even more expect parking ratios to rise in the future.
By: Kelly McBride, Jeff Groh, and Allen Tucker
Spring 2017 Issue
Increasing demand for cloud-based services is fueling data center leasing activity.
By: Kenneth Freeman
Spring 2017 Issue
Interior plantings can make a big impact on LEED and/or WELL certification ----- and on building occupants’ comfort and productivity.
By: Allie Nicodemo
Spring 2017 Issue
Researchers are exploring new materials and smart sensors, paving the way to better transportation infrastructure.


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Cover Summer 2023 Issue

The summer 2023 issue of NAIOP’s Development magazine features a cover story on the evolution of office amenities. Other articles include an analysis of a document from 1989 that could help real estate professionals navigate the latest downturn, an on-the-ground report from the 2022 NAIOP-Drexel Summer Real Estate Program for rising high school juniors and seniors of color, and a look at the tenants in an innovative industrial building in Vancouver, Canada.

Cover Spring 2023 Issue

The spring 2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on industrial development in Mexico. Other articles include a look at the Novus Innovation Corridor in Arizona, a feature on how Buffalo, New York, engineered its latest comeback, and the NAIOP Research Foundation’s annual report.