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An Office Building Returns to its R&D Roots
Wednesday, December 19, 2018In San Diego, a unique renovation project leverages tight supply and challenges the “more space is better” concept.
Industrial Sector to Remain Strong in 2019 as Economy Steadies
Monday, June 10, 2019The NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast sees few changes from 2018.
US Ports Anchor Growing Demand for Industrial Space in Select MarketsA new NAIOP research brief examines the relationship between imports and site selection for logistics centers.
Logistics Trends and Specific Industries That Will Drive Warehouse and Distribution Growth and Demand for SpaceThis research project identified the logistics trends and specific industries that will drive warehouse and distribution growth and demand for space over the next decade (2008-2018). Research is
U.S. Ports Anchor Growing Demand for Industrial Space in Select Markets
Tuesday, March 22, 2022A new NAIOP research brief examines the relationship between imports and site selection for logistics centers.
Seismic Shift in Office: What’s Next
Friday, April 14, 2023Office demand, the availability of credit and financing, and the future of the space are all top of mind as we navigate current market conditions and prepare for the future of work.
Wednesday, June 6, 2018Same-day delivery expectations for nearly every online purchase, including groceries, are driving real estate space demand and the increased use of robotics and other technologies that get goods into
Supply Chains Improve, But Labor Lags
Tuesday, March 21, 2023Construction firms continue to struggle to find workers.
Predictors of Commercial Real Estate DevelopmentThis research identified the economic indicators that drive new development of commercial real estate for each property type at the national and MSA level. These indicators will help with
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Commercial Real Estate in a Flat WorldThis research examined how infomating, outsourcing, home-basing, off-shoring/in-shoring, e-learning and e-tailing - can be expected to impact the staffing and facilities (and ultimately, the demand
Wednesday, March 1, 2023Despite rising interest rates and growth in the supply of new space entering the market, the outlook for industrial real estate remains bright as supply chain conditions steadily improve. Low
Assessing Key Employment Trends Driving Commercial Real Estate DevelopmentThis report explains the relationship between key employment trends and the demand for office and industrial space. Drawing on Bureau of Labor Statistics data from 2000-2009, the research indicated:
Space as a Service
Thursday, September 21, 2017As work becomes more flexible, so will the workplace.
Upcycling: Reimagining Underutilized Commercial Space as Public Space
Thursday, June 10, 2021A project in Pittsburgh demonstrates the potential of activating common areas in older retail destinations.
All Eyes on the Global Supply Chain
Monday, December 20, 2021Logistics and transportation issues are top of mind in the commercial real estate industry — and around the world.
Thursday, December 8, 2022Third Quarter 2014 Report Demand Remains Solid for Industrial Space in 2014 and 2015, but Tempered in 2016 as Economy Levels An analysis of second quarter 2014 data by Dr. Joshua Harris,
Thursday, December 8, 2022Third Quarter 2015 Report Slowing Economic Growth Predicts Slowdown in Industrial Expansion for 2016 and Beyond The U.S. economy remains in slow, moderate growth at the beginning of the
Thursday, December 8, 2022Industrial Markets Exhibit Stability, Despite Turbulence The U.S. economy in the first half of 2016 can be characterized as slowing but still growing, as GDP registered a revised 0.8 percent
Thursday, December 8, 2022Global Pressures and Energy Declines Weighing on U.S. Economy and Industrial Markets for 2016 2016 has opened with increasing levels of global uncertainty, which have resulted in strong declines