When Violence Erupts at a Property, Owners Can be Held Liable

By: Chris Dunlap and Isaac Monson Spring 2020 Issue

Use proactive planning to protect life and property.

The Future of Parking is in (Almost) Everyone's Hands

By: Adam Kriegel Spring 2020 Issue

Mobile parking apps can help owners manage costs while boosting convenience for customers.

Living Walls: As Green as It Gets

By: Richard Kincaid Spring 2020 Issue

They can improve the air, cut down on noise and drive productivity — as well as profitability.

The Intersection of Workplace Data and Design

By: Ben Waber Spring 2020 Issue

In-depth information on employee preferences informs an office redesign in Boston.

Prologis Labs: An Experiment in Innovation

By: Dustin Read and Alex Rollins Spring 2020 Issue

The company’s new research facility takes a deep dive into cutting-edge logistics technologies.

The Cold Storage Market is Heating Up

By: Trey Barrineau Spring 2020 Issue

Surging demand for e-commerce grocery deliveries could spark more construction of refrigerated facilities.

The Rise of Real Estate as a Service

By: Ron Derven Spring 2020 Issue

The flexible model is rapidly expanding beyond the office market.

Cutting-edge Research That Has an Impact

Spring 2020 Issue

The NAIOP Research Foundation's annual report highlights the relevant studies, activities and deep dives to come in 2020 and beyond.

Boston: A 'Living City' Transforms Once Again

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.

Real Estate as a Service: What Developers/Owners Need to Know

By: Michael Kloppenburg Spring 2020 Issue

Real Estate as a Service: What Developers/Owners Need to Know

Preparing Properties for Greater Connectivity in the Future

By: Arie Barendrecht Spring 2020 Issue

Developers who focus now on 5G, smart buildings and cybersecurity will gain an advantage over their competitors.

Autonomous Vehicles Will Drive Change in CRE

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

A new NAIOP report shows how local governments are preparing for this transportation revolution.

Turning Building Permits into Profits

By: Jack Dulin Spring 2020 Issue

Knowledge is critical when it comes to getting projects through the approval process.

How to Plan a Successful Construction Project

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.

Business / Trends Articles from Previous Issues

By: Aaron Ahlburn
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
How advancements in transportation, technology and construction continue to converge.
By: Shawn Moura, Ph.D.
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
In October, NAIOP gathered national research directors for an in-depth discussion of city rankings, the future of coworking and other vital topics.
By: Trey Barrineau
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
A 1990s-era workplace has been reinvented with technology to boost the tenant experience.
By: Kevin MacDonald
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
They can ease movement inside facilities, but they also come with design challenges.
By: David Schneider and Herman Lipkis
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
There are a lot of reasons for developers to embrace these temporary spaces, but due diligence is required.
By: James Heroux
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
Activated outdoor spaces boost employee engagement and well-being.
By: Alec Templeton
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
Artificial lagoons can bring white sand beaches to surprising locations.
By: Alice Devine
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
New research indicates a healthier indoor environment can help attract and retain employees — and make properties more attractive to investors.
By: Elizabeth von Goeler and Alykhan Mohamed
Winter 2019/2020 Issue
Sooner or later, real estate will have to adapt to this fast-gaining transportation revolution.


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