Millennials

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  • Millennials in Motion

    By Gail Kalinoski Spector Group’s design for Magna, a New York City investment firm headquartered at 40 Wall St. in Manhattan, illustrates the Millennial influence on the corporate settings of tenants in traditional business categories.Copyright (c) 2015 Ben Gancsos. As the largest, fastest-growing segment of the workforce, Millennials are having a dramatic

    National 21 November 2016 14:29
  • SIOR Special Report: Developers, Financiers, Techies Brace for Change

    Industry leaders shared strategies, challenges and concerns for the future as the office and industrial real estate association celebrated its 75th.

    New York 24 October 2016 21:15
  • Workforce Trends Drive Investment Strategies

    By Elie Rieder, Founder & CEO, Castle Lanterra Properties: Enhancing multifamily properties to meet the needs of the local workforce is a smart real estate investment. Here's why.

    National 21 September 2016 18:29
  • Economy Watch Weekly: Millennials, Interest Rates Impact CRE

    Economy Editor Dees Stribling explains how these two hot topics are affecting the real estate industry, for the week ending Aug. 19, 2016. http://internal.cpexecutive.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/EconomyWatchPodcast-8.23.16.mp3 Tags: Avison Young, Fed, FOMC, FOMC meeting, interest rates, Millennials, re-urbanization, urbanization

    National 23 August 2016 16:12
  • How Millennials Influence Office and Multifamily Design Trends

    Millennials strongly influence the design of residential and commercial buildings, but this trend comes with some serious challenges.

    South 17 August 2016 11:55
  • Economy Watch: How Millennials Are Reshaping U.S. Cities

    A new Avison Young report explains how Millennials' preferences will have a deep, lasting impact on both commercial and residential development.

    National 16 August 2016 15:16
  • Demand for Urban Apartments Crosses Demographic Lines

      Stephen Sise, Golub & Company In recent years, thought leaders in the multifamily sector have explained the national surge of urban high-rise apartment development in cities as a way to meet demand from one demographic group: Millennials. Now, more people are recognizing that Baby Boomers play an equally important role. The notion

    Chicago 20 June 2016 15:17

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