Passive-building strategies can get new construction to net zero energy consumption.
Remote work and an exodus from cities are two of the biggest trends to emerge so far. First of a two-part series.
These alternative policies can be used for specific risks such as hurricanes or other natural disasters.
Building owners will need to innovate to keep workers coming back.
Smaller metropolitan areas are recovering faster than bigger ones, and their future looks bright.
They’re a green alternative to forced-air systems for heating and cooling occupied space.
New technologies promise higher quality, faster timelines, lower costs.
Parking facilities could stay roughly the same size as they are today, but with significant redesigns.
The fall 2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on NAIOP’s Developer of the Year, VanTrust Real Estate. Other articles include a look at a logistics prototype for dense urban areas, a conversation with author and demographer Joel Kotkin and the challenging renovation of a Seattle landmark.
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.
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.