Ballston Quarter: A 1950s-Era Mall Turned Inside Out

By: Patrick Finucan, Sam Bennett and David Kitchens Fall 2022 Issue

A major retail center in the DC suburbs removes the roof to reinvent itself.

Risky Business: Protecting a Smart Building from Cyber Exposure

By: Dru Douglas Fall 2022 Issue

Insurance coverage will be increasingly difficult to acquire if information technology security systems and protocols aren’t in place.

New & Noteworthy

By: Trey Barrineau Fall 2022 Issue

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

Key Elements for Creating a Technologically Equipped Hybrid Office

By: Jason Lund Fall 2022 Issue

High-quality digital connectivity is a crucial element for bringing workers back.

Granite Properties: Creating Spaces Where People Thrive

By: Ron Derven Fall 2022 Issue

This Dallas-based developer, investor and management firm has grown to $3 billion in assets by delivering mixed-use facilities with innovative wellness programs and top amenities.

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Fall 2022 Issue

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Contractors Share the Pain of Rising Costs

By: Ken Simonson Fall 2022 Issue

Higher prices for materials and services are being passed on to developers.

ASTM Adopts a New Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Standard

By: Sedina L. Banks Fall 2022 Issue

What does it mean for commercial real estate transactions?

A Fresh Look at Solar for Warehouses and Commercial Buildings

By: Shaun Keegan Fall 2022 Issue

Rooftop community solar can position commercial real estate owners as ESG leaders while generating revenue and strengthening community relations.

A Community-Minded Approach to Industrial Developments

By: Matt Mulick, Erin Hathaway Fall 2022 Issue

Economic growth is vital to communities, but it’s important to consider other factors as well.

Development / Ownership Articles from Previous Issues

By: Trey Barrineau
Spring 2022 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.

Spring 2022 Issue
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By: Trey Barrineau
Summer 2022 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
By: Shawn Moura, Ph.D.
Winter 2021/2022 Issue
A new model provides fresh insights into industrial and office markets.
By: TJ Parker
Winter 2021/2022 Issue
Investors target these markets as demand for e-commerce continues to surge.
By: Trey Barrineau
Winter 2021/2022 Issue
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
By: Ryan Mullenix, Greg Smith and Dr. John Medina
Winter 2021/2022 Issue
Or, a developer, a neuroscientist and an architect walk into a skybar …
By: Ron Derven
Fall 2021 Issue
This West Coast office REIT finds success by investing in creative office and studio properties.


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Spring Spring 2024 Issue

This issue includes a cover story on the Judson Mill District, a mixed-use textile mill revitalization project in Greenville, South Carolina. Other feature articles shine a spotlight on two innovative redevelopment projects that are converting closed auto assembly sites into new uses; the first locally grown, locally sourced mass timber building in the Southeast (Atlanta); and Marquette University’s Summer CRE High School Immersion Program.

Winter20232024Archive Winter 2023/2024 Issue

The winter 2023/2024 issue of Development magazine includes the boom in data center real estate development, economist’s take on what’s working and what’s not working in commercial real estate, a perspective on how artificial intelligence may reshape real estate, and a report on the outlook for capital markets, office, retail and industrial real estate.  

Cover Fall 2023 Issue

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.