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The $1.4 billion legal cannabis industry packs promise for commercial real estate pros. CRE professionals who have worked in the cannabis field agree on one strong point: It’s essential to be well-versed in both state and municipal laws and ordinances governing the business, because they are the primary tools for regulating where and how businesses can operate.
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must emphasize flexibility, safety, and collaboration.
Despite ongoing pandemic-related turbulence, construction starts and development paint a hopeful picture for commercial real estate.
By leveraging proptech to meet the challenges of COVID-19, commercial real estate hopes to ready itself for the future.
A new labor force, technology, and the changing nature of work itself are driving an evolution of office space. Take a look at the trends, including collaboration spaces, flexible spaces, and progressive office space build-outs.
Developers today are drawn to the modular construction's new designs coupled with improved efficiency, environmental benefits, and cost savings.
Battered by COVID-19 — some more than others — retailers are looking to rebound with increased creativity, flexibility, and agility.
The opportunity zone program continues to thrive despite skepticism and the pandemic.
It's only been three years since opportunity zones were created to encourage investment in low-income communities across the country. The program has been welcomed and used by many, though some look on with skepticism. N
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.
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