- Mixed-Use Building Boom
Finding the right formula for mixed-use
projects can mean the difference between success and failure.
- MOB Mentality
Medical office buildings are interesting
investment opportunities with some unique considerations for developers.
- If You Build It...
Demand for industrial space remains strong with 230M square feet of industrial space under construction in 1Q 2018. Learn why developers are leaning on spec construction.
- Adaptive Reuse
- Building Something New
Despite ongoing pandemic-related turbulence, construction starts and development paint a hopeful picture for commercial real estate.
- Under Control
the decade since the risk of vapor intrusion has become a prominent commercial
real estate environmental concern, sophisticated developers have learned to
assess and manage the risk and unlock the value of the affected properties.
- Natural Disasters, Human Response
The frequency of and costs related to natural disasters — including wildfires, hurricanes, tornados, and droughts — are increasing at an alarming rate in recent years. Housing, retail and office space, warehouse facilities — all of these contribute to a coordinated response and rebuilding effort.
- Opportunity Zones VS 1031 Exchanges
While the tax benefits of 1031 exchanges in commercial real estate are well-known to most, the new qualified opportunity zone program now offers another approach to deferring or eliminating taxable gain.
- Ahead of the Curve
- Silver Streak
The year is coming to a close. Now is the time to consider charitable donations for today and tomorrow.
Individuals may think about what charities have made a difference in
their lives. Or ask themselves what legacy they want to create. Now
Alfred Nobel is not remembered as a cannon manufacturer but for funding
the prestigious Nobel Prizes.
- Sailing Ahead
Multifamily has been riding a strong tailwind over the past several years thanks to a strong job market, household income growth, demographic shifts, and obstacles preventing renters from making a switch to homeownership. The question is how long the apartment industry will be able to sail along on that current, given the steady stream of new supply hitting the market.