The Tenant Advisor shows what we can learn from the NFL and replacement referees.
Downtown’s are growing again and the US Census Bureau confirms it, according to The Atlantic Cities.
Urban Times shares how human growth affects urban growth.
According to Costar, Retailers are preparing for the upswing with new and innovative thinking.
Another top 10 list from Llenrock. This week, the list is the Top 10 Most Transparent Real Estate Markets.
According to Housing Wire, the Urban Land Institute shows that the market is improving.
Duke Long defines the User Experience (UX) and what it means for your company.
What are the criteria for smart cities? The Urban Technologist gives us three things to look for.
The economy is recovering, but our mindsets are stuck in recession. Costar.com discusses this dilemma.
Urban Times goes rural. What can cities learn from the way the country handles land management?
Globe St. discusses formal program investing between private equity and CRE.
The Atlanta Cities teaches us about a great new search engine to find landscapes in your area.
The old GM site in Doraville is about to get the “Smartcode” Treatment, according to Atlanta.Curbed.Com
How much will Fannie and Freddie cost the US? The NY Times Dealbook breaks it down.
Globe St. asks a very relevant question, “Should the CRE industry get its hopes up?”
The Tenant Advisor shares how technology has changed CRE.
The Wall Street Journal blog on the book “The Fateful History of Fannie Mae”.
Many cities develop according to the transit options and approaches. The Sustainable Cities Collective shows how this development can differ.
Alex Steffen offers a note on Strategic Urbanism.
According to CoStar Group, QE 3 looks to be more promising, hopefully, for the CRE industry.
JD Supra gives us some knowledge on CRE transactions terms.
Patrick Braswell talks about CRE life before CoStar.
Georgia Bikes shares their excitement on the GDOT approval of a complete streets policy.
CRE-APPS gives us insight into Google Maps, which now includes indoor imagery.
Creative Loafing looks back on 40 years of Urban Atlanta.
Property Management Insider discusses how to use software in asset performance.
Urban Times lists 10 ways to use public space in improving your city.
What is a smart city? Fastcoexist.com has some ideas.
FXstreet.com breaks the CRE market into segments and discusses the trends.
According to the Marietta Daily Journal, John Wieland has been approved to build an upscale community in Vinings.
Atlanta.Curbed.com discusses the differences that make a place authentic vs. fake.
Bizjournals.com says that a retail project is in the work for area south of Glenwood Park.
Mipimworld names Steak N Shake as the Retailer of the Week.
The Cre Outsider talks about CRE innovations and what they mean to the market.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that the Buckhead Walmart vote has been delayed.
How long should the South Dekalb Rail be? Atlanta.Curbed.com says we won’t know till 2030.
What is the Lifecycle of a Cool neighborhood? The Atlantic Cities website shares what a “hip” city is.
Llenrock.com attributes the changing face of CRE to the changing population.
Astudentoftherealestategame.com talks about how to source deals and how to build relationships to find great deals.
Transitions in CRE Leadership need planning and strategy.
To have more walkable communities, businesses have to see the payoff.
How does the baby boomer generation affect housing in the future?
Buckhead may see new projects, $50,000,000 worth.
More stats to show that the apartment sector has done well in this economy.