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Retail Growth More Prevalent Than You Might Think

Retail real estate might not be in such bad shape after all.

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PropTech: Using Collaboration to Avoid a Slump

PropTech is reaching for a peak that, according to all predictions, is leading directly to a slump. If PropTech wants to avoid that, we need to start planning the escape right now.

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Boston CBD Experiences an Office Boom

The Boston area has long been known as a technology hub for commercial real estate office tenants, but its downtown was considered primarily financial, much like Wall Street in Manhattan, and its surrounding Financial District.

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Q&A: Half Price Books Bucks Store-Closing Trends With Experiential Retail

Much of what one hears about in the retail real estate industry nowadays is store closures, so it’s refreshing to learn about a company actually opening more locations. One of them is Half Price Books, which is doing so in a sector of retail that has gotten hammered over the years by Amazon and digital media.

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4 Must-Attend 2018 PropTech Conferences

I have been compiling a comprehensive list of property and PropTech conferences around the globe in 2018, and boy, it’s been a big job. I think we’re looking about 70 events already, and info on more is arriving in my inbox every day.

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Data-Driven Leasing: Increase Revenue by Optimizing Your "Revenue Funnel"

Commercial real estate is going through a period of rapid transformation, unlike anything ever experienced before in the industry.

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Revenue, Retention, Reputation: Why the Traditional Landlord Approach is Changing

Historically the primary focus of the vast majority of office landlords was to secure enough tenants to fill their buildings as quickly as possible. Their modus operandi was simple: persuade an occupier to sign as long a lease as possible, with a minimum rent-free period and on a maximum pounds per square foot rent, in the quickest way possible. Once the tenant signed on the dotted line the landlord could essentially not worry about that tenant/building until a lease event loomed large on the horizon.

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The CRE of Super Bowl LII: the Spotlight is on Minneapolis

The city of Minneapolis is in the spotlight as it prepares to host Super Bowl LII on February 4 at its new $1.1 billion, 1.75-million-square-foot U.S. Bank Stadium – the catalyst for the city landing the football extravaganza. It will host the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.

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8 Practical Tips to Ensure Your Technology Rollout is a Success 

When considering a new software for your organization, there’s one major thing to keep in mind: your approach to rolling it out will be a major factor in your company’s success with the new solution. You only have one shot to launch this technology, and when you’ve invested considerable time into the purchase process, you want the rollout to go smoothly.

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A Whole New World: Understanding the Value of CRE Tech

Today’s commercial real estate landlords and brokers are faced with an opportunity unlike anything that has come before – rapid innovation that will fundamentally change the way our industry operates.

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