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Logistics Firms Remain Hungry for Space 

The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities and challenges as logistics providers continue to strive for last-mile efficiencies.

Multifamily Investors Step on the Gas 

After a quiet 2020, the multifamily market is revved up for a booming year as the economy and commercial real estate industry open. 

What a Difference 6 Months Make 

As the U.S. looks for a robust economic recovery throughout 2021, the country and commercial real estate face challenges in worker shortage, inflation, and foreign nations’ vaccination efforts. 

Back to the Office? 

As offices reopen, the COVID-19 workplace must emphasize flexibility, safety, and collaboration. 

Return Policies 

Institutional investment and private equity look to reenter the commercial real estate game after staying on the sidelines during COVID-19. 

Moving Opportunities 

Mobile home parks are an appealing niche within the multifamily sector that are here to stay.

Invested in Industrial 

Intense competition and strong fundamentals are driving industrial sale prices ever higher.

3 Tools for Negotiations 

Plenty more goes into the negotations of a deal in commercial real estate than an offer, a counteroffer, and an agreement to meet somewhere in the middle.

Room for Recovery 

The hospitality sector was devastated in 2020, but vaccinations, industrywide efforts, and returning demand are reasons for hope.

A Future for Infrastructure 

With potential bipartisan support for infrastructure, could 2021 be the year for a breakthrough in Washington, D.C.?

Surviving Volatility 

The coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down, so CRE professionals will need creative options when it comes to renegotiating leases.

Tech's Boost to CRE Sustainability 

Luminaries in commercial real estate discuss sustainability and how to galvanize the industry to address climate risk.

Retail’s Road to Recovery 

Battered by COVID-19 — some more than others — retailers are looking to rebound with increased creativity, flexibility, and agility. 

Active Measures 

As commercial real estate slowly moves toward a future where the industry better reflects the community, what can facilitate change? 

Lessons for the Future 

Student housing faced a difficult start to the 2020-2021 academic year, but the sector has proven resilient as COVID-19 continues to sow uncertainty. 

Adapting CRE to COVID-19 

Considering the volatility across CRE sectors, adaptive reuse holds promise for repurposing shuttered businesses, despite some common roadblocks.

Building Something New 

Despite ongoing pandemic-related turbulence, construction starts and development paint a hopeful picture for commercial real estate.

CCIMs’ Biggest Deals of 2020 

In a topsy-turvy year, these deal-makers share keys to polishing off the largest transactions of 2020.

Waiting to See 

COVID-19 was the black swan event nobody could have predicted, so prepare for 2021 by understanding what you don’t know.

New Year, New Approach to Budgets 

Considering the volatility and uncertainty of 2020, budgeting for the new year will require more than business as usual.