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Self-Storage Sector Holds Up Amid the Pandemic

A confluence of factors conspired to drive down rents at self-storage properties earlier in the year, but now with new demand generated by the broader disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the sector’s fortunes have stabilized. Though the majority of

Recruitment in the Age of Virtual Career Fairs

Even in a digital era, the coronavirus pandemic forced many companies, schools, and employees to speed up the rate in which they use technology to commute, connect, and recruit. With the onset of this year’s fall semester, universities have developed a new

Could Water-Filled Windows Help Buildings Save Energy?

Created by Dr. Matyas Gutai of Loughborough University, the water-filled glass (WFG) system uses water to heat and cool structures in an attempt to reduce building energy use. WFG utilizes a sheet of water trapped between a panel of glass. The system involves

Smart Buildings Stand on Good Data

Technology has always been about being smarter, but it wasn’t until 1995 that the word “smart” was seamlessly attached to an individual piece of technology – the smartphone. (And we do mean seamlessly – today, “smartphone” is almost always

Traffic Is Returning Faster to Outlet Centers Than Malls; What Does that Mean for the Sector’s Future?

When states around the country essentially locked down to help curb the spread of COVID-19, outlet centers, like regional malls, were forced to temporarily shutter, which took its toll on the sector. “Outlets are one of the property types most impacted by

Academy of Warren’s New Building Will be an Academic and Athletic Showpiece

When Oronde Kearney became the Chief Academic Officer at Academy of Warren (AOW) three years ago, his first impression was simple: this is a wonderful school in a less-than-wonderful environment. Back before it was a school, the AOW building used to be a

No Ease of Lumber Price Spikes in Sight

It’s been a wild ride in 2020 for the U.S. timber industry, and the run up in prices shows no sign of easing. First, mills temporarily shut down in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, in September in the timber nexus of the Northwest, wildfires have

Sachse Construction, Broder & Sachse Moving from Downtown Detroit to Midtown

A prominent construction firm and development company are moving from downtown Detroit to the city’s Midtown neighborhood. Detroit-based construction contractor Sachse Construction as well as Detroit-based developer Broder & Sachse Real Estate

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