Colliers International's Advisor Development Program

By: Katherine Ringrose-Poole Summer 2017 Issue

This professional development program has proven to be a sound investment that benefits the company’s brand, professionals and clients.

The Future of Family-owned CRE Businesses

By: Ron Derven Summer 2017 Issue

How can family-owned businesses stay competitive in the commercial real estate industry?

The Challenges Of Bringing a Museum to Market

By: Robbie Tarpley Raffish, a freelance writer based in Maryland Summer 2017 Issue

Museum development requires collaboration among designers, contractors and museum operators.

New & Noteworthy

By: Julie D. Stern Summer 2017 Issue

An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Five Tips to Avoid Stormwater Headaches

By: Sam Arden, Peyton Nunez and Irene Vander Els Summer 2017 Issue

Site work that results in stormwater runoff or erosion can expose a developer to potential liability.

Funding Transit to Industrial Properties

By: Cinda Kelley Summer 2017 Issue

Employers in Plainfield, Indiana, are helping fund connector bus service that brings employees to local industrial parks.

Development / Ownership Articles from Previous Issues

Spring 2017 Issue

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By: Adrienne Schmitz
Spring 2017 Issue
RIDC, a nonprofit developer in Pittsburgh, has converted a long-vacant factory building in a now-hip neighborhood into an industrial robotics facility.
By: Thomas N. O'Brien
Spring 2017 Issue
A 4.8-acre mixed-use, transit-oriented development on the site of the Government Center Garage aims to meet the future needs of Bostonians.
By: Steve White
Spring 2017 Issue
Mass timber is becoming a mainstream material for high-rise buildings.
By: Sam Black
Spring 2017 Issue
Corporate sustainability efforts vary widely in their approaches to real estate.
By: Patricia Raich and Julia Georgules
Spring 2017 Issue
Redevelopment of former newspaper headquarters and other facilities is becoming big business in more markets, as news companies offload valuable real estate with great structural bones in high-quality locations.
By: Julie D. Stern
Spring 2017 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.


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