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Uncertainty about how the Trump administration will fulfill its promises to vastly decrease the number of federal regulations is creating uncertainty for the CRE industry.
Transit advocacy doesn’t have to move slowly through layers of bureaucracy: in Atlanta, advocates have been mobilizing to improve bus stops in their own neighborhoods.
Museum development requires collaboration among designers, contractors and museum operators.
How can family-owned businesses stay competitive in the commercial real estate industry?
Employers in Plainfield, Indiana, are helping fund connector bus service that brings employees to local industrial parks.
Site work that results in stormwater runoff or erosion can expose a developer to potential liability.
This professional development program has proven to be a sound investment that benefits the company’s brand, professionals and clients.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
What should landlords do when they discover that “nonbinding” really isn’t?
What do office and retail property owners need to know about triple net leases?
Looking for an architect, contractor, or engineer for your next redevelopment project? The NAIOP guide in this issue lists dozens of firms throughout North America.
NAIOP celebrates 50 years of advocacy, education and professional excellence.
A Timeline of Key Industry and Advocacy Events
The conversation about indoor environments is changing as tenants leverage new technologies to support employee productivity.
Transportation infrastructure can have dramatic effects on the value of commercial real estate.
Screens that provide real-time transit and other transportation information have become an amenity valued by office and residential tenants.
Living wall systems can be simpler to install and maintain than one might expect — and can have meaningful impacts on building owners and occupants.
A comparison of these two North American industrial markets offers some interesting insights.
A real estate model originally designed to meet the needs of startups and freelancers is customized for the health and beauty industry.
Flagship stores enable retailers to create a physical embodiment of a brand through design and spectacle — and to experiment with new concepts and technologies.
Food halls offer small-scale opportunities for landlords, operators, chefs and diners.
New approaches are needed to fix an old problem.
Is the cap rate to U.S. Treasury comparison an “apples-to-oranges” assessment?
Local and regional developers who want to build relationships with institutional investors will need to implement these reporting and operating guidelines.
The president of an Atlanta-based diversified investment and development company offers his perspectives on the industry.
As I write this, much is happening politically that impacts each of our businesses.
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