Are Today's Offices Transforming into Boutique Hotels?

Are Today's Offices Transforming into Boutique Hotels?

Over the past few years, there has been a marked increase in the number of people who work remotely. And this trend doesn’t discriminate, as it can be seen across the board, throughout a number of industries. And, honestly, it comes as no surprise - with the advances in technology, today’s workforce can conduct their business almost entirely online. However, smart employers are doing all they can to continue offering their employees a space in which they enjoy working.

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NAI Global’s Industrial Corporate Services Group Lands Marketing Assignment for 10 MSF Class A Warehouse, Manufacturing and Rail-Served Distribution Facilities on the NAFTA Superhighway

NAI Global’s Industrial Corporate Services Group Lands Marketing Assignment for 10 MSF Class A Warehouse, Manufacturing and Rail-Served Distribution Facilities on the NAFTA Superhighway

Two NAI Global offices, led by Steve Pastor and Susan Fox with New Jersey-based NAI James E. Hanson has teamed up with John Simons, Holden Rushing and Chris Haro of NAI Partners in Houston to market a new 10-million-square-foot, rail-served industrial property in El Campo, Texas named SW International Gateway Business Park.

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Breaking Barriers: Panel of NAI Global Women Discuss Careers in Commercial Real Estate

Breaking Barriers: Panel of NAI Global Women Discuss Careers in Commercial Real Estate

Just as it is for men, ask four women how they chose careers in commercial real estate and you will get four different answers. Andie Edmonds was a stock broker in the 1990s before moving to a small city in Central Oregon where she wanted to reboot her career after her kids were all in school. In Bend, she got hired by the first company she interviewed with but only after the principal of the firm encouraged her to interview with all the other brokerage shops in town.

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NAI Terramont Commercial Announces Merger and Expansion of Commercial Real Estate Services in Montreal

NAI Terramont Commercial Announces Merger and Expansion of Commercial Real Estate Services in Montreal

NAI Commercial Montreal and Terramont Real Estate Services Inc., two of Montreal’s top commercial real estate firms, will join forces and beginning March 1 will operate as NAI Terramont Commercial. With the merger, the official NAI Global office in Montreal enters the top 5 firms serving the office, industrial, retail, tenant and investor market in Canada’s second biggest city.

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Leadership Excellence with NAI Global and The Sherwin Williams® Paint Company

Leadership Excellence with NAI Global and The Sherwin Williams® Paint Company

In commercial real estate, the main product is service and sometimes it is hard to tell one company from another.  For these firms and their supply chains, differentiation based on quality of service is essential and impacts the bottom line.  That is why developing reliable business relationships that are more like collaborative partnerships is also so critical.

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SIOR Austin | Spring World Conference Highlights

SIOR Austin | Spring World Conference Highlights

“Leverage works until it doesn’t,” said Michael Litt during his Saturday keynote at the shiny new Fairmont Hotel in Austin to the 400+ remaining SIOR attendees at the society’s Spring World Conference. While Litt said that in reference to the 1998 collapse of hedge fund Long Term Capital Management, he might as well have used that as the title for his speech.

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NAI Global Opens West Virginia Panhandle Office

NAI Global Opens West Virginia Panhandle Office

Bryce Custer, SIOR, CCIM, MRICS and Managing Director of NAI Ohio River Corridor announced the establishment of a new commercial real estate services firm focused on serving the site selection and commercial real estate requirements associated with the emerging petrochemical and energy services industries in West Virginia, Southwestern Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio.

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3 Ways Uber’s Potential IPO Could Impact CRE

3 Ways Uber’s Potential IPO Could Impact CRE

In February, reports from CNBC surfaced that Uber was making moves to prepare for an IPO next year. Lyft, Uber’s main competitor in the U.S. is also laying the groundwork necessary for going public attracting $1 billion from Google’s parent company. At first blush, this news may not seem relevant to CRE, but its impact could be felt in three important ways.

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5 Ways Grocery is Changing (and How Brick-and-Mortar is Keeping Up)

5 Ways Grocery is Changing (and How Brick-and-Mortar is Keeping Up)

Winn-Dixie is getting a lot of press, but Albertson’s Grocery stores appears to be poised to buy up the stalwart Rite Aid as reported by the WSJ. E-commerce alone is not the reason for these bankruptcies but it has pushed brick-and-mortar to revamp or get out. Here are 5 ways that brick-and-mortar is pushing back in order to survive the e-commerce onslaught:

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