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Reimagining the Post-pandemic Office

 

originally published by KATHRYN HAMILTON, CAE for NAIOP National with permission to share:

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How we think about work and the workplace going forward has changed, explains Kristin Jensen, AIA, principal, and co-managing director, Gensler, in a new video. “Work” and “place” have been decoupled, and work can happen anywhere. Cubicle rows and private offices are replaced by open spaces and shared workstations used by different employees depending on the day of the week.

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A Compelling Argument for More Solar in CRE

 

originally published by BRIELLE SCOTT for NAIOP National with permission to share

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Environmental, Social, and Governance mandates (ESG) are becoming a reality not only in large enterprise businesses but also in their entire supply chains. Forces from upstream as well as downstream, combined with pressure from stockholders, stakeholders, employees, and customers, are ushering in a new era where ESG practices are no longer considered optional.

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Commercial Real Estate’s Opportunity to Design a New Era of Human Experience

 

originally published by JANET POGUE MCLAURIN, AIA, FIIDA, NCIDQ, LEED AP  for NAIOP National with permission to share:

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Ports to Trucks: Overcoming Supply Chain Challenges

 

originally pusblished by KATHRYN HAMILTON, CAE  for NAIOP National with permission to share:

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A 1980s-Era Office Park is Reborn as Multifamily Housing

 

originally published by Mark Rivers for NAIOP National

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The future was bleak for Park Center, a 566,000-square-foot, three-building Class B- office park in Alexandria, Virginia, when it came to market in 2016. The property consisted of two 14-story office towers and one four-story building, half of which was occupied by a full-service fitness center. 

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NAIOP Insights: Future-proof Workplace in a Post-pandemic World

 

originally published for NAIOP National

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The challenges of the pandemic are changing how we think about work and the workplace going forward. "Work" and "place" have been decoupled, and work can happen anywhere.

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Cold Storage: Demand, Design and Drivers

 

originally published by  KATHRYN HAMILTON, CAE for NAIOP National with permission to repost. 

Cold Storage

The need for cold storage facilities has exploded as e-commerce sales and grocery delivery demands multiplied during the last few years. Most cold storage facilities primarily handle food preparation or transit as products move toward consumers, but they can also be used for pharmaceutical, floral and chemical needs, among others, and frequently require varying temperature zones all under one roof.

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The Drive for Transportation Electrification

 

originally published by TOBY BURKE for NAIOP National with permission to repost. 

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Governments at every level are considering polices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from both stationary and mobile sources as part of efforts to address climate change. Some of these efforts have centered on initiatives to lowering domestic use on fossil fuels, such as coal, petroleum, natural gas and oil, by moving towards electric vehicles within our transportation system. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the transportation sector is one of the highest sources of greenhouse gas emissions (29%) followed by electricity (25%).

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Charlotte Future 2040 Policy Map - RECOMMENDED FINAL DRAFT

 

originally published by City of Charlotte and shared with NAIOP. 

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Dear Charlotte Future 2040 Partners,

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NAIOP I.CON Preview: What’s Ahead for the Industrial Market?

 

originally published by Connect CRE and shared with NAIOP National

The COVID-19 pandemic changed all our worlds two years ago this month when full-scale shutdowns weighed heavily on the economy and Americans recalibrated their approaches to work and life. Since then, industrial real estate has continued to shine as commercial real estate’s darling – fueled by soaring demand, rising rental rates, and record levels of investment and development activity.

Industrial real estate professionals from across North America will gather in Long Beach, California, on March 23-24, for NAIOP’s industrial conference. Keynote session panelist Dwight Merriman, Partner and Head of Industrial in the Real Estate Group of Ares Management Corporation, sat down with Connect CRE to preview his keynote session: an executive outlook on the future of industrial real estate.

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A New, Turbulent Era for Real Estate Supply Chains

 

originally published by  for Propmodo and shared with NAIOP National

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If we’re looking at the effects of the broken supply chain on commercial real estate, it’s best to start at the beginning. And it all begins with the onset of the pandemic and its impact on manufacturers. Michigan Maple Block Company is a good example. On March 24, 2020, the Michigan Maple Block Company furloughed most of its 56 workers at its plant in Petoskey, Michigan.

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Seeing Past the Pandemic: Industrial Demand and U.S. Seaports

 

originally published by Brian Harper, Director of Data Science, Avison Young, and Aaron Ahlburn, Innovation Lead, Global Logistics, Avison Young for the NAIOP Research Foundation

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Supply chain disruptions have never been more salient to the average consumer. Congested seaports have received particular attention as record levels of inventory have piled up at ports and ships have been stuck offshore waiting to unload. While low levels of vacancy indicate robust current demand for industrial assets, developers, investors and building owners may wonder how closely industrial demand is tied to port activity and whether the current boom is sustainable.

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Medical Office Buildings Remain Resilient Amid National Vacancy Trends

 

originally published by IRINA LUPA for NAIOP National with permission to repost

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As two tumultuous years closed for the office sector and return-to-office plans were upended by new variants and case surges, millions of workers remained in remote or mostly remote setups. And, while the average office vacancy rate climbed across top U.S. markets, one segment continues to show resiliency: medical office buildings (MOBs).

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New Uses for Office Buildings: Life Science, Medical and Multifamily Conversions

 

 

originally published by Emil Malizia, Ph.D., CRE for NAIOP Research Foundation

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Participate in the 2022 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Survey

 

originally published for NAIOP National

NAIOP is again partnering with CEL & Associates, Inc. to compile the 2022 NAIOP/CEL Commercial Real Estate Compensation and Benefits Survey. A nationally known real estate advisor, CEL has conducted this survey – the largest in the industry – for 33 consecutive years.

This valuable survey is the national standard allowing commercial real estate businesses to stay current on salaries, bonuses and benefits for CRE professionals from executives to entry-level positions. Each company that responds to the survey will receive a complimentary electronic copy of the full comprehensive survey report – a $2,750 value!

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Industrial Real Estate Opportunities in U.S. First-Mile Markets

 

originally published by TJ Parker for NAIOP Research and Publications

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Industrial remains the darling of commercial real estate during the current cycle. Investor enthusiasm has remained strong, with total returns as measured by the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) in double-digit territory over the past cycle and demand showing no signs of slowing, especially as supply chain issues remain a crucial consideration for businesses and real estate developers. While last-mile industrial has been the focus of much of this investment, first-mile industrial is starting to attract attention. 

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UNLOCKING THE KEYS TO LEADERSHIP SUCCESS

 

 originally published by MARIE RUFF for NAIOP National with permission to repost

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“Whether you are in a leadership role or not, you are a leader,” said Leah Brown, Certified Dare to Lead™ facilitator, in a members-only webinar this week presented by Trammell Crow Company. You may be a leader in your industry, your family, your community, or elsewhere. What defines leadership is “trying to show up as our very best self and bring others along with us,” she said.

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6 Ways to Breathe Life Into Mixed-use Spaces

 

originally published by JEFF POLLAK, MANAGING PRINCIPAL, STREETSENSE for Building Design & Construction Network and shred by NAIOP National

6 ways to breathe life into mixed-use spaces
Mixed-use spaces elicit mixed emotions as they offer bigger, better, and bolder versions of their original iterations. This ups the ante for developers, but it's a worthy challenge because the end product benefits the local community and the quality of life for residents and users alike. The risk comes when a mixed-use place is positioned as “everything to everyone,” which rarely works.
To activate a space and realize its fullest potential, here are six tactics to consider in your strategic process: 
  1. Dig into Data
  2. Pay homage to history
  3. Fill in the missing gaps
  4. Put people first and dollars will follow
  5. Foster community and give a warm welcome
  6. Create a brand that underlines and elevates a space
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How Inflation Could Influence the Workplace

 

originally published by GARY TASMAN for NAIOP National with permission to repost. 

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Part one of this series began with a discussion on inflation and interest rates, and how we anticipate these factors will influence leasing and development in our market. As we continue the new year with the expectation of slowing economic growth and continued high inflation, we want to take a closer look at how the current economy will influence our working habits — and how commercial property trends will change as a result.

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Six Ways to Reduce Risk on Office Construction Projects

 

originally published by MICHAEL CASOLO for NAIOP National with permission to repost.

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The right design may be the key to achieving the flexible, experiential physical workplace of the future – but it’s only half the battle. Even the most flawless blueprint requires seamless construction delivery to unlock its maximum potential.

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