In the wake of the global pandemic, we have seen an undeniable acceleration of existing work-life, geographic, and demographic trends.
The commercial real estate market is booming! Certain trends and drivers of change continue to fuel robust transactional and redevelopment activity, including the adaptive reuse of CRE, which gives older structures and spaces new life and purpose.
Watch the webinar recording of A revised ASTM Standard for Phase I ESAs is HERE from November 1, 2021.
Watch the webinar recording of Change Brings Opportunity: Adaptive Reuse Trends in the CRE Market from June 29, 2021.
This week, New York City’s Office Adaptive Reuse Task Force released a study calling on the city and New York State to loosen regulations preventing the conversion of older office stock into much-needed housing.
U-Haul plans to create more than 750 indoor climate-controlled self-storage rooms at 1075 W. Jackson St., site of a former Kmart store, to meet customer demand for its services in Morton.
When the economic recession of the 1980s hit Los Angeles, bankrupt companies departed the city’s downtown and left office buildings vacant.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer joined the MEDC today to announce that the state will be supporting revitalization projects to bring new housing, economic growth and vibrancy to three neighborhoods...
Over the past year, established practices have continued to champion the transformation of existing structures, with adaptive reuse and renovations increasingly becoming a defining aspect of contemporary architecture.
The D.C. government is ramping up efforts to encourage the conversion of downtown office space into housing, officials announced today.
For more than four decades, a massive coal power plant sat on the shore of Lake Ontario in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, with hulking towers that were visible from miles away.
Chicago’s apartment market took a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, with the amount of new development falling below most other major U.S. cities, but the good times may have returned.
Artifacts from icons like Spike Lee and Pedro Almodóvar, the iconic Dorothy ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz," Okoye's costume from "Black Panther, you'll find them within the seven story, 300,000 square-foot Academy Museum of Motion Pictures which is finally ready for its closeup.
As demand for the types of spaces we use shifts and evolves, adaptive reuse enables us to enlist already-developed land to satisfy new demands and uses. In earlier times, these shifts reflected changes in the economy, from agrarian to industrial to service.
Despite a lot of chatter about converting properties due to the pandemic, investors have run into obstacles.