Adriana Pop

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Ioana Adriana Pop is a senior associate editor with Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News. She joined CPE and MHN in 2012. Connect with her on twitter: @AdrianaINews

How Migration Trends Impact Industrial, Office Real Estate

Jim Koman, CEO & founder of ElmTree Funds, on the effects of the population flow from gateway markets.

The Big Pivot: How Wharton Equity Made the Switch to Industrial

President Peter Lewis on the company’s strategy and what’s ahead for the sector.

How the Economic Recovery Is Shaping CRE’s Future

Midway through 2021, KBS' Chuck Schreiber and Colliers' David Amsterdam discuss the opportunities and challenges on the horizon.

Looking Ahead: The Future of Shopping Centers

In the first article of our 2021 outlook series, Kimco Realty President & CIO Ross Cooper shares his insights on upcoming retail trends and discusses successful strategies in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rethinking America’s Shopping Traditions

Time Equities' Ami Ziff and Christa Dabkowski of Swire Properties on preparing for a holiday retail season like no other.

How Will Crowdfunding Weather the Market Slump?

As he anticipates a flood of crowdfunded opportunistic commercial real estate deals, GowerCrowd Founder Adam Gower discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the business.

Sustainable Office Design Trends to Watch This Year

Gary Miciunas of global architectural design firm Cuningham Group discusses the post-coronavirus workplace, emphasizing the shift from "physical asset performance to a renewed focus on human assets."

Experiential Retail: What You Need to Know in 2020

How can immersive experiences breathe new life into obsolete shopping centers and what are the cash-flow considerations for such projects? Martin Zurauskas, managing director for nFusion, has some ideas.

Remote Work, Customized Management Thrive in CRE

Jana Turner, principal of RETS Associates, discusses diversity, hiring trends and the best talent-retention strategies for the current Millennial-driven market.

It’s Official: Amazon Announces HQ2 Winners

JBG Smith will develop 4 million square feet for the e-commerce giant in Arlington, Va. Amazon will take another 1 million square feet at an office tower owned by Savanna in Long Island City, N.Y.