Urban Industrial Development from Brooklyn to Staten Island
June 7, 2023
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.
The U.S. Office Sector: Further Disruption and Rightsizing May Give Way to a Golden Age
May 30, 2023
Jennifer LeFurgy, Ph.D.
The NAIOP Research Foundation, as part of its Industry Trends meeting, recently hosted a panel discussion on what’s next for the office sector. The panelists agreed that the sector will undergo a shakeout that will include transformation, streamlining, new approaches to work and holistic solutions.
What to Expect for Commercial Construction Lending in 2023
May 25, 2023
Recent years brought new stresses on the construction industry – COVID-19 shutdowns, supply chain woes, labor shortages and bank failures have slowed projects or put them entirely on hold. At the same time, the cost of capital has risen considerably.
NAIOP National Forums members attending last week’s annual Symposium had the opportunity to tour several projects in the office and life science markets in East Cambridge, Somerville and the greater Boston market.
California’s Title 24 Introduces New Solar Requirements for CRE
May 11, 2023
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.