Development Magazine Spring 2015

Real Estate Takes Its Place as the Fourth Asset Class

By: David L. Funk, director of the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University and a NAIOP Distinguished Fellow

When and why commercial real estate joined stocks, bonds and cash.

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Enhancing the Health Care Bottom Line With Leased Facilities

New health care delivery and revenue models are having significant impacts on how and where new health care facilities are planned, developed, owned and operated.      

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Changing Workforce Demographics

The millennial influence has enormous, unique implications for work styles and workspaces.      

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Developing a New Workplace Paradigm at Innovation Park

A former IBM campus in Charlotte, North Carolina, is transformed into a 21st century workplace.      

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Lebanon Business Park Grows With Its Tenants

An Indiana industrial park attracts and retains tenants by offering rail access and ample opportunities to expand.      


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