Editor’s Note

Suzann D. Silverman, Editorial Director

Staying Ahead of Climate Change

Rising temperatures are bringing new costs of doing business, necessitating proactive planning to stay ahead.

Bright Spots for CRE Investors

There are many areas that are looking positive for CRE investors in 2024 and beyond.

Suzann D. Silverman, Editorial Director

Property Managers’ Time to Shine

Property managers should take an active role in attracting tenants’ employees back to the office.

Jessica Fiur, Managing Editor

CRE Takes a Hard Look at DEI

The real estate industry has made great strides with diversity and inclusion, but there is still a ways to go.

Suzann D. Silverman, Editorial Director

Time for Brokers to Go Back to Basics

Finding success in a slower market requires a renewed focus on key strategies and relationship-building skills.

Jessica Fiur, Managing Editor

Proptech and Office Space Management

While many companies are still unsure about what to do with their empty office space, new proptech options are emerging to help manage it.

Suzann D. Silverman, Editorial Director

Creative Resilience for Added Value

Property investors and insurers alike are demanding greater protection against climate hazards. But that doesn’t have to come at the expense of aesthetics. How are you pairing resilience and creativity?

Female Leadership in CRE: Where We Were and Where We’re Going

Women have made great strides. But the CRE industry still has a ways to go.

Walkability’s Continued Impact on CBDs

Smart expansion of the most walkable urban metros would improve affordability, accessibility and environmental impact, while offering new opportunity for developers.

CRE and 15-Minute Cities

People are still working from home. Developers and investors should pay attention.