We highlight what are, arguably, 10 of the most impressive green industrial facilities in the United States, some of which are LEED certified, others of which are not LEED certified but are using innovative practices, and many of which are the first of their types.
Sharif El-Gamal, the developer whose proposal in 2011 to build Park51, a $100 million Islamic mosque and community center near the World Trade Center, ignited a national controversy, now plans to build a mixed-use tower in Midtown Manhattan.
In just a few months, the names of the top highest-paid REIT CEOs of 2013 will be released by SNL Financial. Of the top 20 highest-paid REIT CEOs in 2011, 14 remained in the top 20 in 2012, and John Kilroy Jr. of Kilroy Realty Corp. moved up to the No. 1 spot in 2012 from the No. 17 spot in 2011. Will Kilroy retain first place? Or will another CEO rocket to the top?
Hotels featured in movies are often characters in their own right—whether they are warm and welcoming or creepy and inhospitable. Regardless, they make quite valuable properties onscreen, and without them many movies wouldn't even exist.
In the era of "income inequality," it isn't only workers, the unemployed and the poor who are feeling oppressed. Some of the rich are feeling it too.Tom Perkins, Sam Zell and Stewart Rahr have claimed they feel victimized by the 99 percent.
Mercatus Inc., an enterprise-level investment analysis platform serving as a core operating system for solar energy investors, recently closed its Series-A round of financing led by Trepp LLC, a provider of information, analytics and technology to the CMBS, commercial real estate and banking markets
Did Gov. Chris Christie know beforehand of the “traffic problems in Fort Lee” that occurred when some members of his staff and Port Authority cronies ordered lane closings at the Fort Lee, N.J., entrance to the George Washington Bridge last September? Will “Bridgegate” spell the end of Christie’s hopes for a presidential run in 2016?
Colliers International's year-end 2013 port outlook report, "Biggie-Size It," takes a close look at North America's fastest-growing ports, port upgrade projects and the economic implications of labor, legislative and environmental issues, and presents 10 new port awards. What follows is a list of the top 10 busiest and most post-Panamax ready ports in the United States.
NREI launched the Green Real Estate Strategies newsletter last March, offering coverage of sustainability's rapidly evolving strategies and technologies as it pertains to commercial real estate investment. Here is a countdown of the 10 most popular articles featured within the newsletter's nine months of publication.
LEED Platinum certification is difficult to achieve for any commercially built project, and even more so for an industrial building—especially a food-processing facility with massive equipment and processing units that have high energy consumptions.
CBRE is not only the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm, it’s also vying to be the industry leader in sustainability. NREI spoke with CBRE LEED AP David L. Pogue, CBRE’s global director of sustainability, based in San Jose, Calif., about how the steps the company is taking in that direction.