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2023 changing to 2024

Market Share’s Most Popular Posts of 2023

Major themes dominating the attention of commercial real estate development professionals in 2023 included capital markets, financing and industry outlooks, according to the most-read Market Share posts this year. While concerns about usage of office space persist, blog readers were also drawn to posts about industrial real estate – again, often where industrial real estate intersected with capital markets. Read on for the top 10 and catch up on any pieces you missed.

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Car wash

Time to Shine: Niche Real Estate Investors Eye Car Washes

As a retail real estate specialist for more than three decades, I’ve seen many trends come and go. And now, I’m seeing that niche real estate investors – who historically operate with a bit of herd mentality – have crowned the car wash industry the latest investment darling. The evolution of the car wash industry and the resulting uptick in interest from investors, developers and operators alike has been fascinating to watch.

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Adaptive reuse - The Foundry

Trends and Considerations in Adaptive Reuse

Low occupancy across the office sector as well as high demand for housing has many real estate development professionals asking whether adaptive reuse of commercial buildings may be an option to add supply during the housing crisis.

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Downtown office

The Evolving Urban Office Landscape

The office market is still struggling with high interest rates and increased levels of remote work, producing a tough lending environment and frozen deals on the sales side, and generous concessions and terms that favor tenants in leasing. That said, there are glimmers of hope.

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Embodied carbon panel

Understanding Carbon Goals and Approaches for Developers

As investors and occupiers look to improve the sustainability of their investments and operations, decarbonizing the built environment is an increasingly important real estate decision. In a panel at CRE.Converge, sustainable building professionals explored some of the strategies their firms are using to mitigate carbon emissions across their industrial real estate portfolios.

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