November 02, 2016
Boston Industrial Market Posts Strong Third Quarter

Boston’s industrial real estate market had a strong third quarter 2016, with warehouse properties delivering a fourth consecutive quarter of record low vacancy rates, according to Continue Reading

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November 01, 2016
An Inside Look at the Purple Line

Purple Line is a 16.2 mile, east-west light-rail public transit system that will connect Bethesda in Montgomery County, Maryland, to New Carrollton in Prince George’s County Continue Reading

Development | Research

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October 18, 2016
Building Energy-Saving Initiatives into Your Property Budget

As the 2017 budgeting season comes to a close now is the time to build efficiency and energy-saving initiatives into your building budgets Chances are, your building owner has Continue Reading

Sustainability

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July 08, 2016
Labor, Transportation Costs Influencing Supply Chain of Command

No surprise that during NAIOP’s I.Con national conference, there was significant discussion about e-commerce’s impact on the industrial and retail markets nationally Continue Reading

Capital Markets | Development | Tenant Advisory Services

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June 01, 2016
Cost Cutting to Reach the Bottom Line

When bottom line cost cutting becomes a priority, company executives face intense pressure to deliver results and provide those savings quickly This can create much angst, as Continue Reading

Tenant Advisory Services

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May 25, 2016
5 Ways to (Almost) Immediately Improve Efficiency and Reduce Costs

Commercial real estate costs can account for 30-plus percent of a typical company’s expenses, but often opportunities to reduce those costs are overlooked when attention is Continue Reading

Tenant Advisory Services

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April 30, 2016
NJ Industrial Asking Rents Skyrocket to Historic Highs

With limited supply available and industrial tenants continuing to vie for quality, large-scale spaces in New Jersey, asking rents have reached historic highs, according to Continue Reading

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April 29, 2016
Population Growth Driving Healthcare, Retail in Houston

While the deep oil downturn continues to be a governor for the local economy, the Houston metro led the nation in population growth for the second consecutive year, driving demand Continue Reading

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April 28, 2016
Greater Boston Office Market Posts Healthy 12.5% Vacancy

After delivering one of the more dynamic years on record during 2015, Greater Boston’s office market had a slow start to 2016, closing the quarter with 488,000 square feet of Continue Reading

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April 23, 2016
Top NJ Employers Continue Pursuit of First-Class Accommodations

As employers in New Jersey’s top industries demand first-class office accommodations, the state’s rents continue to rise, according to Transwestern’s First-Quarter 2016 Office Continue Reading

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