Research Reports

NAIOP’s latest research reports address how real properties, particularly office, industrial and mixed-use properties, impact and benefit communities throughout North America. These reports disseminate research findings for individuals and organizations engaged in real estate development, investment and operations to plan and develop better communities.


How is development expected to change as the industry re-accelerates?

Read more about Development


Find out how commercial real estate contributes to the United States economy. Also the effect that the economy has on CRE.

Read more about Economy


Look beyond the spreadsheet, at the fundamentals and forces that dictate how properties obtain financing.

Read more about Finance


Inside information about how industrial is evolving to serve the global marketplace.

Read more about Industrial


Infrastructure provides the critical networks that deliver goods from manufacturer to consumer – and could hold additional opportunities for CRE development.

Read more about Infrastructure


Learn how logistics companies think, and why they locate distribution centers where they do.

Read more about Logistics

Marketing Leasing

Explore tenant recruiting/retaining best practices, and strategies that quickly lead to fully leased properties.

Read more about Marketing Leasing


Understand current thinking about how to develop a financially successful mixed-use project.

Read more about Mixed-Use


What effect does a jobless recovery have on the offices in which we work?

Read more about Office


No type of real estate is changing faster than retail. What does the future hold for brick-and-mortar?

Read more about Retail


Opportunity and challenge go hand-in-glove with redevelopment. Master the skills, reap the rewards.

Read more about Redevelopment

Space Demand

What will drive demand and how will those drivers impact location decisions?

Read more about Space Demand


A body of knowledge is emerging about what tenants really want.

Read more about Sustainable