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Sept.Oct.18

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If You Build It...

Spec construction fills industrial’s quality assets gap.

Developers don't show any signs of easing up on new industrial projects, with steady demand coming from both space users and investors looking to acquire industrial assets.

Despite a big year of development in 2017, vacancy rates continue to point to a healthy balance between supply and demand. “Throughout this expansion period, development has been very controlled relative to past cycles, so you haven't necessarily seen a lot of overbuilding,” says Aaron Ahlburn, managing director of industrial and logistics research for JLL in Los Angeles. In fact, JLL data shows that the average U.S. vacancy rate dipped to 4.8 percent at the end of first quarter, which is 260 basis points below the low point in the last boom cycle that occurred pre-recession. 

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Niche Domination

Invoke your ‘power to convene’ to become the undisputed leader.

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Splitting Profits
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Splitting Profits

The IRR waterfall technique provides equity in allocation of risk and return.

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Main Street Win
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Main Street Win

Reversal of the e-commerce sales tax loophole benefits brick-and-mortar retail.

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Office Evolution

The changing nature of work is driving new trends in office space.

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Rethinking the Future

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Reusing the Old

Innovative cities are making adaptive reuse competitive with new construction.

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Runaway Growth in South Florida

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Valuing Rentals

Using Cap Rates to Value Multifamily Rental Properties

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Crowdfunding Capital

Crowdfunding Offers Opportunities for CRE Owners and Investors

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Beware of the Double Dip

Beware of the Double Dip in Lease Acceleration Provisions

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STDB’s Powerful Tools

STDB’s Enhanced Features Provide More Robust CRE Benefits

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Company Values

A Conversation with Walter Robb, former co-CEO of Whole Foods Market

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Market Trends

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Regional Outlook

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International Beat

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Deal Makers

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