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Tag: post-COVID-19

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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Attracting real estate talent in CRE

Retaining and Attracting Real Estate Talent in Volatile Times

Recruiting and retaining talent is challenging in the competitive “buyer’s market” post-pandemic landscape. Experts on a panel at NAIOP’s CRE.Converge this week examined the impacts of this new normal and shared strategies that real estate companies are using to attract and retain talent.

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Modern office amenities

The Evolution of Amenities in the Office and Industrial Markets

With the increasing push to return to the office, employers and developers are tasked with sweetening the deal for current and future employees in the office and industrial markets. Promises of increased collaboration with the return to in-person work aren’t enough of an incentive. Now, workers across industries expect more when physically in the office.

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Daniel Mallory and Jean Kane

Adopt or Adapt: Learning from Amazon’s Real Estate Approach

At NAIOP’s CRE.Converge this week in Seattle, Amazon Vice President for Worldwide Real Estate Daniel Mallory sat down for an in-depth chat with Jean Kane, former CEO of Colliers International-Minneapolis St. Paul and the incoming chair of the NAIOP Research Foundation. Kane asked Mallory about his perspectives on everything from the company’s sustainability efforts to today’s market challenges to future workforces and beyond.

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Implementing Mass Timber in Today's Market

Mass Timber is Moving into the Mainstream

Mass timber has a bright future within commercial real estate development but there are special hurdles that developers and builders must learn and overcome, according to commercial real estate experts at NAIOP’s CRE.Converge in Seattle. 

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Tour of the Spring District

Here Comes the Neighborhood: Bellevue’s Spring District

What was once 36 acres of warehouses (including a former cold storage warehouse where Amazon beta-tested their Amazon Fresh home grocery delivery service) and surface parking has been transformed into the newest urban neighborhood in Bellevue, Washington: the Spring District.

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Industrial warehouse exterior

Steps to Reduce Embodied Carbon Emissions in Industrial Real Estate

Commercial real estate leaders who are looking to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the construction of new industrial buildings can make use of new measurement tools, data and information. While the steps to lowering the embodied carbon footprint of a project or portfolio are simple, they are not necessarily easy.

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I.CON Cold Storage 2023 Tour

High-tech Solutions to Keeping Chocolates Cool at an Atlanta Cold Storage Facility

A 1.5 million-square-foot cold storage facility an hour south of Atlanta sits unassumingly among farmlands and other distribution warehouse facilities containing everything from mattresses to salad dressing to office supplies. Inside its doors though, racks and rows of premium chocolates are stacked high in an international chocolate producer’s distribution facility for the Southwest.

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