The Opposite of NIMBY
Business In Your Neighborhood
Amazon’s New Locations Reflect Ongoing Evolution of Urban Areas
The Northern Virginia neighborhood National Landing shares similar characteristics with Long Island City: both are well located, well served by transit, and have underused space that offers opportunities for infill development for residential and office uses. Both are examples of the increasingly blurred distinction between urban areas and suburban neighborhoods, and they are examples of the types of places where the majority of the U.S. population is likely to live and work in the years ahead.
More Factories Crop Up Closer to Customers
The largest share of manufacturers in at least a decade is spending to expand facilities, as companies look to build plants closer to their customers to offset record-high trucking costs and seek out pockets of available workers in a tight labor market.
The overall alignment of interests creates a win-win dynamic in the negotiation where landlord and tenant can work together to achieve both parties’ goals in the lease agreement
The Many Benefits Of Sale-Leasebacks For Middle Market And Private Equity Owned Businesses
Industrial Real Estate Assets Increase In Complexity
Despite the widespread attention industrial real estate is getting for its success, there is a major misconception about the property type, especially when it comes to leasing
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