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‘This Too Shall Pass’: 43 Real Estate Execs On The Biggest Lessons Of 2020

The last 280 days of the coronavirus pandemic have been unprecedented, unimaginable and tragic in countless ways. From an economic perspective, where we work, where we eat, where we shop — where we do anything — is still mostly in flux. It’s anyone’s

Embracing the World of Outdoor Workspaces

The pandemic has permanently changed the way commercial buildings look and function—and the change went beyond their edges and layouts. Landlords, developers, architects and property managers are now observing and analyzing the way office users engage with

The Argument Against Gas Stoves Includes Degraded Indoor Air Quality

The environmental argument for banning gas appliances from new construction projects often centers on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but another justification is to improve indoor air quality. Indeed, cooking on a gas stove releases nitrogen dioxide

This is What the New Burger King and Popeyes Drive-Thrus Will Look Like

New York (CNN Business) Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons are getting new drive-thrus to boost sales in the coronavirus age. Restaurant Brands International, which owns the three brands, said Tuesday that it is planning to modernize and speed up the

K-12 Sector Adjusting to ‘New Priorities’

K-12 schools in Mississippi began reopening in late July. By August 13, 39 counties—half of that state’s total—had schools reporting positive coronavirus cases that included 109 teachers and 69 students. More than 250 teachers and staff and 489 students

New Guidelines for Replacing Windows Without Removing Exterior Brick Veneer

The Fenestration Manufacturers Association (FMA), the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA), and the Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) have released a new document focused on replacement windows. FMA/AAMA/WDMA 2710-20, Guidelines

Big Box Bust: What Does the Future Hold for NYC’s Empty Department Stores?

As COVID-19 accelerates the decline of department stores and traditional apparel brands, some New York City landlords and brokers are facing the question of what to do with the cavernous, mostly windowless blocks of space that were once major shopping hubs.

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