Corporate Real Estate (CRE)
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Corporate Real Estate (CRE) articles below.
San Francisco, New York City are top destinations for workers who want to move; Providence, RI and San Jose have the highest percentage of workers applying to other cities.
The heating and cooling coil manufacturer will invest $3.4 million and create nearly 70 jobs in Dayton, TN.
The 300,000-square-foot Pearland, TX facility will employ 200 full-time staff by end of 2018 and continue to recruit high-value positions as market demand increases.
The move to McKinney, TX will enhance corporate support for the transformer services company’s eight locations and 450 employees.
The disaster restoration and cleaning services company will initially transfer 100 jobs and plans to hire an additional 100 new employees in the future.
Toronto’s ambitious Ports Land project is creating infrastructure that can adapt to rising water while opening up new vistas for development.
The $20 million cold storage facility at TexAmericas Center is the result of one-on-one meetings at Business Facilities LiveXchange, and will create at least 100 jobs.
The wire mesh manufacturer’s new facility in Mukwonago, WI will provide expanded production capacity and manufacturing efficiencies.
This year’s competition was chock full of big-ticket projects and locations that pulled out all the stops to land them, so our judges convinced us that 10 of them deserved Honorable Mention Awards.
Next-generation technology services to support digital transformations will be provided at DXC’s new center in the Central Business District of New Orleans.
Wisconsin lands a foreign direct investment bonanza that promises to create 13,000 new jobs over the next five years at a new 20-million-square-foot LCD panel plant.
The building will serve as the headquarters for Foxconn’s Wisconsin operations and the Wisconn Valley Innovation Center, and is in addition to the company’s $10 billion manufacturing campus..
The latest JLL data shows resilience in the global real estate market, despite geopolitical uncertainty.
Located in Montgomery, IL, Carl Buddig and Company’s fourth manufacturing facility in the state will create up to 300 new jobs in the coming year.
CEOs are heading into 2018 with more optimism about the global economy, according to a new report from The Conference Board.
The new 115,000-square-foot building in Northville, MI will feature modern design and collaborative open workspaces.
The IT consulting firm has relocated its expanded operations to Atlanta’s Technology Square area.
Natural disaster risk is an important site selection factor that has the risk of being overlooked when evaluated alongside factors such as workforce and logistics. Featuring interactive natural disaster risk maps.
The Richfield, OH center will provide advanced and innovative technologies for producing cutting-edge tires for the North and South American markets.
The latest Ten-X U.S. Industrial Market Outlook identifies Los Angeles, Nashville, San Diego, Portland, and Sacramento as the Top Five markets to buy industrial properties.
Plans include an expansion of state-of-the-art surgeon education lab, creation of a new technology innovation center and extension of work space as the company’s talent base grows.
As the demand for shovel-ready industrial sites keeps growing, more and more locations are initiating certified sites programs that streamline the approval process for new developments.
Industrial real estate is facing a squeeze with record-high rents and historic vacancy lows, according to new research from JLL.
Trustwave will add more than 300 employees at its new Chicago headquarters; City Colleges of Chicago is launching a Cyber Security Boot Camp.
The Arkansas-based company will lease a 90,000-square-foot facility in Windsor, CT, where it will create approximately 361 new jobs over the next four years.