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Downtown Seattle aerial view

Boston and Seattle Lead 2024 Office Pipeline

The office space market is facing a new reality in 2024: lower demand and a need for adaptation. While new construction shrunk by 28% compared to last year with 97 million square feet currently under development nationwide, there’s an interesting twist: Cities are responding by converting unused offices into other uses, such as housing.

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Construction technology

The Real Impact of Innovative Building Solutions

In the ever-changing world of construction, creative solutions are key to moving projects forward. In an industry where tradition can take precedence over innovation, it’s important for general contractors to regularly challenge the norm; doing so can uncover modern insights that reshape the way we build the communities where we live and work.

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Health and Wellness in Industrial Buildings

Warehouses used to be spartan, utilitarian production and storage spaces. The emphasis was on throughput and convenience. However, some companies are incorporating human-centric features focused on wellness to capture market differentiation, increase employee retention and impact productivity.

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AI and Technology in Industrial Development

How do you know if you are optimizing the space in all your properties worldwide? How long would that take you to figure out with your current analytical tools? While everyone might think they know what AI is, a session at I.CON West this week in Long Beach, California, did the job of defining it.

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Industrial outdoor storage

Industrial Outdoor Storage: Tips for Making these Unique Sites Succeed

Primarily used for the storage of trucks, trailers, containers, large equipment and materials, industrial outdoor storage (IOS) is a unique property type that comes with its share of challenges. A panel of IOS experts took the stage at I.CON West this week in Long Beach, California, to walk attendees through the pressures of this industrial-zoned land and why it’s important to an overall logistics portfolio.

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Meeting California’s EV Truck-Charging Demand

California is in a race to implement an ambitious goal: making all new cars and light trucks net zero by 2035. The state has implemented policies pushing fleets to go electric while also providing grants and incentives to help offset costs. On the infrastructure side, there are mandates streamlining the permitting process.

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Predicting the path of the supply chain

Predicting the Path of the Supply Chain

When J.C. Renshaw, head of supply chain consulting North America for Savills, started his career 35 years ago, supply chains had not been invented. Okay, they were there, but it was when the COVID-19 pandemic hit that “supply chain” became a household phrase – especially for people who were late to their local retailer to purchase toilet tissue.

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Capital Markets

Analyzing Capital Market Trends

As the industrial market sees some cooling from pandemic-era highs and financing tightens, what should owners and investors expect over the next 12-18 months? Four national experts took the stage at I.CON West to discuss what lies ahead for this popular asset class.

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