Despite economic and political turbulence, global commercial real estate investors will be more willing to take risks in 2014
CDP U.S. Water Report 2013 calls for a shift from water management to water stewardship.
Report best bets: San Francisco top city for 2014; industrial sector becomes favored investment property type.
New report from Jones Lang LaSalle makes the investment case for automated building systems.
The study is a compilation and analysis of certain oil and gas reserve disclosure information reported by companies in their annual reports filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission or in their publicly available annual reports.
New report shows the need for regulatory model that supports investments that share cost savings, rewards utilities for innovation, and helps create affordable energy.
The report focuses on supply and demand fundamentals and highlights regional market changes afoot for more than a dozen natural gas production basins.
Urban Land Institute report offers recommendations on strengthening community resiliency based on the reality of a post-Sandy world.
Report is first effort of “NatLab,” a cross-sector partnership between the Nature Conservancy, the Natural Resources Defense Council and EKO Asset Management Partners.
Total Employee Mobility® Benchmarking Report shows high growth companies invest more per mobile employee.
Jones Lang LaSalle's 2012 Life Sciences Cluster Report shows greater Boston, San Diego, Philadelphia and Raleigh-Durham rising in importance as industry hubs.
Boston earns top honors in a new report ranking 34 of America's largest cities on their efforts to cut energy use and costs; all cities have opportunity to save more.
Grid modernization work expected to create more jobs as smart meter deployment begins.
A new report published by the Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance suggests that the global real estate industry continues to make progress in improving the environmental performance of existing buildings.
Several regional manufacturing surveys signaled a substantial improvement in manufacturing production in the third quarter.
$90 billion in initial manufacturing order book needed, requiring involvement by the Chinese or taxpayer-backed federal subsidies. Major implications anticipated in FL, MO, NC, OR, PA, SC, and TN.
New survey shows that the percentage of vehicles sold in the U.S. and manufactured in America rose from 50 percent in 2011 to 62 percent in 2012.
According to the Impact Forecasting catastrophe update, natural disasters caused $85 billion in global economic loss during the first half of the year.
Colliers International cites increased industrial demand despite slowing economic growth; North American vacancy rate declines for eighth consecutive quarter.
New market entry, availability of capital, increasing flexibility among drivers.