Editor’s Note

Editorial Director Suzann D. Silverman

CRE’s Search for Deals

While many investors are taking a wait-and-see stance right now, commercial real estate is naturally an optimistic business. And even distress will drive dealmaking.

Jessica Fiur, Managing Editor

Getting Corporate Tenants Back to the Office

With the changing needs of employees, how do you appeal to corporate tenants?

Commercial Real Estate’s Net Zero Mission

Achieving net zero is no longer enough; a declining availability of energy credits makes it critical for more companies to reduce their carbon emissions. And real estate companies can achieve this—from the ground up.

Jessica Fiur, Managing Editor

Riding the Wave of the CRE Cycle

Real estate investors are keeping their eyes on certain property types, for good reason.

Property Managers’ New Prioritizations

Property managers have gained a new level of visibility in today’s competition to attract and retain tenants. From shorter leases to greater flexibility to changing uses for space, managers are hard-pressed to meet new needs while maximizing ROI.

Why the Life Sciences Boom Is Not Likely to Bust

The life sciences sector has become an investor darling. But for how long?

Brokerage Prospecting Strategies, Refined

To be successful, brokers must have strong real estate prospecting strategies. With reduced facetime and increased technology making today’s competitive market even more challenging, it is necessary to upgrade your strategies to stand out.

Using Office Design to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Why developers and designers are incorporating green elements into their office buildings.

Pent-Up Real Estate Investment on an Uptick

After two years of hesitancy, equity and debt providers are eager to place capital, even in the face of rising interest rates and economic uncertainty. How long will that pace continue?

Going Up!

Developers are taking their logistics facilities to new heights.

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