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COVID-19 drew greater attention to this growing market where the fundamentals are strong.
In Arizona, a new mixed-use development harnesses the power of universities to shape urban life.
A Rust Belt city rebounds thanks to catalyzing state and federal investments.
The NAIOP Research Foundation's annual report highlights the relevant studies, activities and deep dives to come in 2023 and beyond.
Download a PDF version of the Spring 2023 Issue of Development.
Kim Snyder shares his thoughts on our industry and NAIOP.
NAIOP Research Foundation task force takes on urgent issues.
Education, membership, advocacy and special events were among the programs
recognized in 2022.
Nino Pedrelli was an avid supporter of the NAIOP Research Foundation, serving as a governor, a dedicated research committee member and eventually a Trustee.
Rex Hime, who led the California Business Properties Association (CBPA) for 37 years and was a friend and legislative ally to NAIOP’s California chapters, passed away in February.
Although the industry will undoubtedly face challenges this year, particularly in the office sector, commercial real estate will continue to be a major economic engine in North American economies.
A case in California explores whether developers can be compensated because of a change in land-use designation.
IoT sensors can provide unprecedented amounts of useful data for building owners, but they also require extensive security.
In Nashville, the site challenges of a multifamily project reveal appealing solutions.
The sector has always performed well during recessionary periods.
The principles can help commercial real estate firms make responsible investing a priority.
Advances such as permeable pavement can help contain stormwater runoff.
Vast surface parking lots around offices can be enticing targets for redevelopment.
A new report from the NAIOP Research Foundation examines how these technologies are being used in site selection and design.
An assortment of brief facts and figures about new and noteworthy development projects.
The spring 2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on industrial development in Mexico. Other articles include a look at the Novus Innovation Corridor in Arizona, a feature on how Buffalo, New York, engineered its latest comeback, and the NAIOP Research Foundation’s annual report.
The winter 2022/2023 issue of Development magazine features a cover story on the “midlife crisis” of aging office buildings. Other articles include a look at how e-commerce affects urban transportation systems, a profile of the Tin Building in Manhattan, and a roundtable discussion among real estate experts on trends in office and industrial development.