Cleveland's Third Quarter 2017 Office Market Repeats Itself
Publised by Newmark Knight Frank's Research Center
The third quarter of 2017 saw the Greater Cleveland market bounce back from the prior quarter's negative tenancy return, which had snapped an 18-quarter streak of positive tenancy gains."
Construction Lenders Get Creative To Fund Projects, Reduce Risk During The Labor Shortage
Article by Julie Littman, Bisnow Bay Area
While construction firms are focusing on retention and improved job safety, financiers and borrowers are shifting their efforts to accommodate the rising construction costs and to lock in quality labor."
A New Survey Charts the Unfulfilled Expectations of Prefabrication
Article by Jim Parsons, ENR
Off-site fabrication doesn’t always provide results contractors seek."
Technology Redesigning the Construction Industry
The author of this aritcle is Kim Slowey, Construction Dive
Using new digital tools, and doing so more often, could boost productivity by 50% to 60%, generating $1.6 trillion in value."
Interested in construction technology? CEA is offering sessions on drones, virtual reality, devices on the job site...
Industrial Boom: How are the 14 Largest Big-Box Industrial Markets Faring in 2017
Champaign Williams, Bisnow National Editor
Though demand for big-box product is strong, there is a growing shift in favor of smaller, leaner warehouses and distribution centers fueled by online and physical retailers' need to be closer to consumers."
Millennial, Baby Boomer Demand Continues to Outpace Housing Construction
This article is written by Lara O'Keefe, Bisnow National
Though apartment construction reached a post-recession peak in the first half of the year, U.S. housing supply remains well below long-term averages."
Great Lakes Brewing and Frank Geis Partner for Riverfront Plan
Crain's Cleveland Business reporter, Stan Bullard discusses a potential Great Lakes Brewing Co. project that may go into the real-estate development recipe book that the new owners of that key Scranton Peninsula land are writing for the riverfront site.
A more potent mix of ingredients for a real estate development in...
Dennis Washington, a Shoe Shiner Turned Construction Billionaire
This article written by Wall Street Journal's reporter David Benoit.
Tycoon is close to making his biggest deal ever, even as he sets plans for the enterprise after him."
Cornell Tech Built a Super-High-Tech School in New York City
Chris Weller, Business Insider writes about how the building could revolutionize future design.
Cornell Tech's main dorm, the tall building pictured in the background below, is the tallest and largest "passive" house in the world, meaning it uses little energy to heat and cool the interior."...
Not all Florida's Construction Cranes Designed to Withstand Irma Survived
Article written by The Washington Post's Kristine Phillips
At two construction sites in Miami, crane booms — the long horizontal arms that carry loads and balance the structures — had collapsed, damaging the unfinished towers next to them and sending debris onto the city's empty streets."...