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How Health Care and Wellness Properties Can Anchor Mixed-Use Developments

By: Joseph Ballmer Spring 2019 Issue

The aging U.S. population could make this a commercial real estate trend to watch.

Opportunity Zones Aren't Just for Real Estate Development

By: Mary Burke Baker, K\u0026L Gates LLP Spring 2019 Issue

Main Street and industries also stand to benefit from the new tax incentive.

Prefabricated Wood Construction Shows Promise

By: Tom Chung, Leers Weinzapfel Associates Spring 2019 Issue

This efficient, environmentally friendly way to build could increase quality while reducing labor costs.

What Do Warehouse Employees Want?

By: Trey Barrineau Spring 2019 Issue

Higher pay, shifts that allow for work-life balance and reasonable, fair HR policies can draw better talent, according to a national survey.

The Workplace Makeover: From Office to Destination

By: Diane Hoskins and Andy Cohen, Gensler Spring 2019 Issue

To lure top talent, employers must integrate technology and unique experiences into their spaces.

Lower Parking Minimums Means Higher Value for Parking Spaces

By: Christine Banning, IOM, CAE, National Parking Association Spring 2019 Issue

Right-sizing parking can save money, lead to less congestion and create alternative land uses.

Cutting-Edge Research That Has An Impact

By: Various Spring 2019 Issue

The NAIOP Research Foundation's annual report highlights the relevant studies, activities and deep dives to come in 2019 and beyond.

Smart Sensors in Commercial Real Estate: The Next Generation

By: Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D., NAIOP Research Foundation Spring 2019 Issue

A new research brief explores the uses — and concerns — of technologies that gather and transmit massive amounts of data.

Should Construction Consider a High-Tech Makeover?

By: Trey Barrineau Spring 2019 Issue

The sector’s productivity hasn’t improved much in years, but that could be changing as workforce challenges increase.

Business / Trends Articles from Previous Issues

By: Robert T. Dunphy
Spring 2018 Issue

All of these innovations could affect how goods are delivered directly to consumers in the future.

By: Joan Woodard
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Commercial real estate is in the midst of a digital revolution, and some of the biggest upheavals will affect professionals who work closely with property owners and tenants.
By: Trey Barrineau
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
NAIOP gathered national research directors in October for an in-depth discussion of industrial and office trends, city rankings, adaptive reuse and other important topics.
By: Trey Barrineau
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Proposed rules for the tax incentive plan could dramatically boost real estate investment in regions that are struggling economically.
By: Margarita Foster
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Property managers are using “dynamic and multidimensional” information for operations but not yet for tenant engagement.
By: Audra Capas
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
As demand rises for adaptable office space, facilities put walls in motion.
By: Dan Doyle, The Beach Company
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Developers should avoid over-the-top nuclear options; instead, use smart bombs tailored to tenant needs.
By: Jon Clarine, thyssenkrupp Elevator Americas
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Technological advances make the vertical journey better for tenants — and property owners.
By: Ken Simonson, Associated General Contractors of America
Winter 2018/2019 Issue
Labor shortages, higher prices for materials loom larger.


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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.

Winter 2022/2023 Issue

The winter 2022/2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on the “midlife crisis” of aging office buildings. Other articles include a look at how e-commerce affects urban transportation systems, a profile of the Tin Building in Manhattan, and a roundtable discussion among real estate experts on trends in office and industrial development.