Category: Office/Industrial

Perot 2016!

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It’s election season, as far as the national media is concerned, which means all the crazies are coming out of the woodwork (let’s face it: if you’re willing to do the things necessary to vie for your party’s nomination, you’re…

Thanks For Sharing: The Co-Working Boom Continues

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Here’s how Wikipedia defines co-working: Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization.[1] Typically…

Big Money Returns to Suburban Office Markets

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Gateway markets and CBDs tend to get all the attention when it comes to the development or sales of office properties, but these high-profile markets and submarkets are not the only places one can find opportunities for office projects and…

Justice Isn’t Blind… Justice Was Downsized

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Office buildings. It seems like they’re everywhere, and to an extent they are. This popular real estate asset class once saw a great deal of development in CBD and suburban markets throughout the country, particularly during the ’80s and ’90s, when…

Various Things Having to Do with Office Real Estate

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What factors determine where large companies choose to set up shop and office CRE developers develop their corporate campuses? There are many conditions we have to consider, including: Where is the talent? Where do the most appropriate, educated, or industry-specialized workers…

Corporate Real Estate: Reassessing the Corporate Footprint

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Back in March, I did a post on corporate real estate that looked at the effects of revised lease accounting standards on the real estate decisions made by corporations. The piece went totally viral (18 retweets! 12 Facebook likes!) so…

Real Estate Services Industry Competition Heats Up

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I write a great deal about the companies that own, develop, and invest in commercial real estate, but I don’t usually commit too much time to discussing the many service providers out there. It’s time for that to change. After…

Guest Post from IRR on Real Estate

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Today we have another great guest post from our friends at Integra Realty Resources and their blog, IRR on Real Estate. Enjoy! New York City Offices Get with the Times, and Why You Need to Follow the Energy Sector Here…

Really Big Warehouses

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The subject of today’s post is really big warehouses. I mean, really big warehouses. Obviously, warehouses have always been big. They’re built for storage, after all, for aggregating a large and often diverse inventory of products and making them readily accessible…

Real Estate for Robots

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We can no longer avoid the subject of robots in commercial real estate. In fact, it’s time to talk about how technology in general is affecting CRE, one asset class in particular: industrial and manufacturing properties. Of course, “technology” is…