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These Commercial Real Estate Sectors Have Gone to the Dogs

These Commercial Real Estate Sectors Have Gone to the Dogs

With National Dog Day upon us August 26, we take a look at some ways Rover is being celebrated across three commercial real estate sectors.

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3 Omnichannel Best Practices the CRE Industry Should Adopt

Omnichannel has become an integral strategy for pretty much all retailers today. But the multi-channel approach is starting to make its way into other, adjacent industries. Like commercial real estate.

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The Latest Trend That's Changing Student Housing

Student housing facilities have changed a lot over the last several years. Tech-enabled, communal living spaces have replaced the stacked double rooms that once defined the college dorm.

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6 Commercial Real Estate Instagrams to Brighten Up Your Feed

We live in a world surrounded by gorgeous buildings. Some of us wander around the city holding smartphones high, snapping photos. Unfortunately, the rest of us march on holding smartphones low, rapidly responding to emails.

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3 Reasons E-tailers are Going Brick & Mortar

press release on Amazon’s website about its physical bookstore states:

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3 Reasons to Pay Attention to Your Restrooms Now

The typical office worker visits the restroom three to four times a day, according to research from Kimberly-Clark Professional. For an average-sized facility, it says, that equals more than 1.1 million opportunities to impress tenants—or hear them complain. Restrooms are not only an amenity, but can be an important retention tool.

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5 of the Coolest Offices in New York

While San Francisco may be known for having some pretty cool offices, NYC isn't exactly lacking. The two coastal metropolises have a variety of creative and impressive offices to attract talent with the same qualities. 

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Has CRE Merger Mania Continued in 2016?

When it comes to M&A in the commercial property services industry, 2015 is a tough act to follow.

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Can Department Stores Catch a Break?

There has been a lot of coverage on the current demise of department stores.

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Millennials Actually Like the Suburbs

For the past few years, the media has churned out a steady stream of stories describing how city-loving millennials are driving a re-urbanization of the U.S. 

But not so fast. As it turns out, the white picket fence life is still desirable for the young age group, according to a new report from CBRE.

 

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