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Changes to Portfolio Manager lower scores for thousands of commercial properties.
A warehouse/fulfillment complex in New Jersey shows the economic potential for infill redevelopment in places once considered environmentally unsalvageable.
At N.C. State University in Raleigh, a building designed around a state-of-the-art textile machine also accommodates typical office and lab tenants, but getting to the finish line wasn’t easy.
Developers must balance contracts, intellectual property issues, government involvement and other factors when commissioning pieces for a project.
The latest version expands on a commitment to healthy, energy-efficient buildings.
Think differently and collaborate with city officials to smooth traffic issues and monitor construction activity.
Despite technological advances, thieves can find loopholes that hurt the bottom line.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
In San Diego, a unique renovation project leverages tight supply and challenges the “more space is better” concept.
Potential tenants should consider existing medical infrastructure and proximity to other healthcare providers.
From accountants to architects to developers, contractors, and financial sources. Whatever you need, you’re likely to find it and a lot more in our annual Buyers Guide.
Commercial real estate is in the midst of a digital revolution, and some of the biggest upheavals will affect professionals who work closely with property owners and tenants.
NAIOP gathered national research directors in October for an in-depth discussion of industrial and office trends, city rankings, adaptive reuse and other important topics.
Proposed rules for the tax incentive plan could dramatically boost real estate investment in regions that are struggling economically.
Property managers are using “dynamic and multidimensional” information for operations but not yet for tenant engagement.
As demand rises for adaptable office space, facilities put walls in motion.
Developers should avoid over-the-top nuclear options; instead, use smart bombs tailored to tenant needs.
Technological advances make the vertical journey better for tenants — and property owners.
Labor shortages, higher prices for materials loom larger.
Don’t get tripped up on the path to securing a commercial real estate loan.
Be prepared to answer a long list of questions when seeking financing for a project.
The leader of this Effingham, Illinois, industrial development firm has found success by focusing on rural America.
Five things developers should do to soothe residents’ concerns and fears.
CRE disruptors to watch include smart contracts, robotics, big data, autonomous vehicles, 3-D imaging and more.
It’s been an exhilarating year for our industry and association.
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