Building Urban Streets from Scratch in Pittsburgh

By: Todd Stern Fall 2020 Issue

Hazelwood Green’s Lytle Street showcases a rare opportunity for developers to use newer technologies that ease traffic and boost walkability.

Parking: The Long-Distance Truck Driver’s Prayer

By: Robert T. Dunphy Fall 2020 Issue

Demand for truck parking exceeds supply in many parts of the country.

A Mass-Timber Building Rises in San Francisco

By: Alice Devine Fall 2020 Issue

Engineered wood products provide a strong yet light alternative to concrete and steel.

The Tax Benefits of Turning Art into Real Property

By: Daniel Pessar Fall 2020 Issue

Proposed regulations could help developments financially as well as aesthetically.

Future-Proofing Through Design: Resiliency in Boston's Seaport District

By: Joe Sirkovich Fall 2020 Issue

The Ora mixed-use project features elements that aim to mitigate flooding.

There's Opportunity at the Office Park

By: Ray Kimsey Fall 2020 Issue

COVID-19 could spur greater interest in transforming suburban office parks into mixed-use developments.

Cold Storage Can Be Complex and Costly

By: Brielle Scott Fall 2020 Issue

However, surging demand could lead to greater investment in the near future.

Doing CRE During a Crisis: Remote Work, New Technologies

By: Trey Barrineau, Daniel Levison and Turner Levison Fall 2020 Issue

COVID-19 is forcing the industry to embrace teleworking and a wide array of digital tools.

How to Fight Excessive Property Taxes During COVID-19

By: J. Kieran Jennings and Greg Hart Fall 2020 Issue

Cash-strapped municipalities may look to extract more revenue from commercial properties.

Not Your Father's Mall Anymore

By: Shawn Moura, Ph.D. Fall 2020 Issue

Developers are unlocking the value of old retail centers by adding new uses, from charter schools to distribution centers.

Business / Trends Articles from Previous Issues

By: Ron Derven
Summer 2020 Issue
Industry researchers respond to the crisis and take a look at what’s on the horizon.
By: Trey Barrineau
Summer 2020 Issue
The coronavirus pandemic could push contractors to consider technological solutions to labor issues.
By: Ron Derven
Spring 2020 Issue
The flexible model is rapidly expanding beyond the office market.
By: Michael Kloppenburg
Spring 2020 Issue
Real Estate as a Service: What Developers/Owners Need to Know
By: Aaron Jodka
Spring 2020 Issue
The city has experienced a building boom during the latest cycle, and even more development is on the horizon.

Spring 2020 Issue
The NAIOP Research Foundation's annual report highlights the relevant studies, activities and deep dives to come in 2020 and beyond.
By: Trey Barrineau
Spring 2020 Issue
Surging demand for e-commerce grocery deliveries could spark more construction of refrigerated facilities.
By: Dustin Read and Alex Rollins
Spring 2020 Issue
The company’s new research facility takes a deep dive into cutting-edge logistics technologies.
By: Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt and Robert C. Epstein
Spring 2020 Issue
These 10 steps can help developers avoid headaches, delays, higher costs and legal complications.


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