Turning the rising number of empty office buildings into apartments has increasingly been cited as a way to help alleviate housing shortages.
The number of home flips is at its highest point since 2006.
Researchers say the sudden turnaround may be signs of a lasting trend or more of a temporary blip—which will come to light this summer.
Consumers are resuming pre-pandemic activities, such as dining out and attending sports events, which is boosting all commercial sectors.
More industrial buildings are coming to town. Sales and prices are rising rapidly.
A boom in life science buildings led Cambridge, Mass., to overtake West Coast and New York City locations.
Builders continue to increase production to try to meet surging demand, but they are facing limits in how much they can do.
IWG announces it is investing $350 million to build the world’s largest online marketplace for flexible office space.
The Dallas metro area has seen the most development over the last 10 years, but several other hotspots also are seeing a significant jump.
Tech companies are leading the demand for office space, despite having workers who often work remotely.
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