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2019 US Office Pipeline – NYC, the Bay Area and San Francisco Set to Deliver 33 MSF of Office Space

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Since 2009, the U.S. economy has had more than 110 consecutive months of growth, making this the second longest economic expansion since the Great Depression. After a rather tepid...

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US Industrial Pipeline | The 10 Largest Projects Coming in 2019

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The U.S. industrial real estate market had a solid year in 2018 and has continued to strengthen through the first quarter of 2019. Industrial rents are on an upward path, while...

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The Top 10 Office Sales of 2018 in Atlanta

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We recently conducted an analysis looking at the biggest U.S. office sales of 2018, and while many of these sales closed in pricey and popular markets like New York, Boston,...

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Your Work Week Could Be 10 Hours Shorter in Dallas or Houston – What’s it Like to Live and Work as a Freelancer in These US Cities?

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Highlights: Working a 29-Hour Week in KCMO Will Get Your Very Own Private Office Want to Be a Freelancer in Silicon Valley? You’d Better Start Looking for a Roommate...

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2018 Office Check-In: Top US Markets for Development, Largest Projects of the Year

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We’re almost halfway through H2 2018, and it’s high time to check up on construction activity, as well as the state of the U.S. office pipeline when compared to previous...

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Check Out These Amazing Female-Focused Coworking Spaces

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Last year, the U.S. dropped to last place on a list female participation in the labor force in leading industrialized economies, falling behind Japan. This development marked a...

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The Rise of the American Skyscraper—Current Building Boom Falls Short of the Prolific 1980s

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Executive Summary The historic cultural importance of the skyscraper, and this article’s methodology; Mapping the skyscraper construction timeline from NYC, Chicago and...

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The 40 Most Sustainably Powered US Cities, Ranked

Commercial Real Estate News, Design & Architecture, Development, Featured, Mixed-use, Multifamily, Office, Sustainability, Technology| Views: 115

Nearly four decades after President Carter adventurously installed solar panels on the White House, America’s energy transition away from fossil fuels has seen only modest...

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Study: What to Do with All the Vacant Land in Major US CBDs?

Commercial Real Estate News, Development, Featured, Healthcare, Hospitality, Industrial, Mixed-use, Multifamily, Office, Retail, Survey, Sustainability| Views: 247

Ultimately, a city’s fate depends on the type of vacant land it has at its disposal, the strength of the local economy, and the policies the city enacts. A comprehensive...

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