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It’s not just about constructing properties that can survive disasters; a holistic approach to the built environment also adds value.
Shared office space appears to be the fastest-growing trend in commercial real estate.
Conflicting local and federal laws, along with NIMBYism, could be slowing investment in marijuana-related facilities.
Both options can be good investment vehicles for commercial real estate.
Increasing clear heights in industrial properties can make older buildings suitable for modern logistics uses.
A stormwater-management project shows how practical solutions to the problem of runoff can be aesthetically pleasing, too.
Whether it’s replacing worn materials or an intensive intervention, architectural updates can enhance the value of a property.
HITT Contracting’s new facility aims to be a laboratory of cutting-edge, sustainable building products and technologies.
Developers are partnering with educators and local communities to launch new training and recruitment programs.
Awash in granular digital information, companies are diving headfirst into high-tech solutions so they can make more deeply informed business decisions.
New Albany, about 15 miles northeast of downtown Columbus, maximizes the planning process to beat major cities in the development sweepstakes.