I.CON East: The Industrial Conference tour attendees had the opportunity to see New York from two very different perspectives. With an eye to the past, they explored the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal. With an eye to the future, they visited sites on Staten Island ready to embrace the nascent offshore wind industry.
California’s Title 24, the state’s energy code, has required solar for all low-rise multifamily projects since 2016, but new provisions have gone into effect this year, impacting any projects permitted since Jan. 1, 2023.
Painting a picture of the current global economic climate is a complex venture, but Reva Goujon, director at Rhodium Group, leveraged her vast geopolitical expertise to do so at NAIOP’s Chapter Leadership and Legislative Retreat this week in Washington, D.C.
NAIOP, in conjunction with the Commercial Real Estate Diverse Supplier (CREDS) Consortium, has debuted the commercial real estate industry’s first collaborative supplier diversity initiative, helping to advance member companies’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives.
After the COVID-19 pandemic sent everyone home from the office and into the remote workplace, “there was a lot of
At CRE.Converge this week, attendees had the chance to hear from Marci Rossell, expert economic forecaster, former CNBC chief economist