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In Arizona, Tucson’s Office of Economic Initiatives has been focused entirely on helping small business navigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The need to be near end-users will drive an uptick in the expansion of smaller satellite markets for data centers, known in the trade as “edge" markets. Foreign investment in the data center sector also will surge.
A new study reignites the never-ending debate on the value of economic development incentives.
According to new research from LMA Consulting, 70% of manufacturing executives say near-sourcing will increase within the next five years.
Texas has once again topped the Allied Van Lines Magnet States Report, which uses internal data to track U.S. migration patterns, thanks to a net relocation gain of 2,558 families in 2015.
A new report from NAIOP indicates 2014 was best year for commercial real estate development since 2007; projections indicate 2015 will be the best year of the decade.
Due to increased demand, international investment in U.S. commercial real estate is surging beyond primary markets, according to the CCIM Institute.
An infographic from JLL's latest Global CRE Trends report identifies four fundamental themes that characterize the challenge for CRE leaders and their teams: centralization, integration, expectation and outsourcing.
National office vacancy rates are forecast to slightly decrease 0.1% over the coming year as the demand for office space slowly improves, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) quarterly commercial real estate forecast.
JLL global survey reveals “pressure cooker” of expectations for corporate real estate teams.
Report shows positive momentum for office, industrial, and retail sectors of the commercial real estate market.
The KPMG survey was completed from February through April 2014 and reflects the responses of 100 senior commercial real estate executives from the United States.
According to Fannie Mae's Economic & Strategic Research Group, growth is expected to pick up in the second quarter and build throughout the summer, firming to approximately 2.7 percent for all of 2014.
New report from Jones Lang LaSalle makes the investment case for automated building systems.
New market entry, availability of capital, increasing flexibility among drivers.
Chemical companies will invest pent-up cash with focus on acquisitions and new products to fuel growth. From KPMG, Nov 19, 2012 @ 11:38 AM