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September 30, 2020

Facebook's Big Augmented Reality Play Could Spark New Wave Of Proptech

Technologies that people take for granted today, such as smartphones or Google Maps, have fundamentally changed the way the real estate industry does business. The next technology that could transform the industry, multiple proptech experts say, is augmented reality glasses.

Facebook's Big Augmented Reality Play Could Spark New Wave Of Proptech

Facebook earlier this month revealed it is working on Project Aria, a research initiative intended to pave the way for augmented reality glasses. The wearable technology it ultimately aims to create would add a digital layer of information on top of the world users see before their eyes.This…

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Chicago Is A Lab Sciences Desert. But What Kinds Of Labs Does It Need?

Chicago is no slouch when it comes to lab sciences. The Chicago region boasts the headquarters of pharma giants Abbott Laboratories, AbbVie and Baxter International. But with lab spaces scattered across the suburbs and spread around the city’s research universities in

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The 2020 Census Is Crucial To CRE, And It's Less Certain Than Ever

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Here's What It Means If Trump Is Responsible For $421M In CRE Loans

 

Commercial real estate professionals reading The New York Times' analysis of President Donald Trump's tax data this week may have paused at a data point: The president appears to be personally responsible for $421M in real estate loans that are coming due within the next four years.

Exactly what that will mean for the president, and for his creditors, isn't quite as clear-cut, however, and the intricacies of recourse vs. nonrecourse loans may offer some insight beyond the splash of the number.

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Origin Stories: Bright Power's Andrea Mancino On Learning From The Low Points

 

This series delves into the myriad ways people enter the commercial real estate industry and what contributes to their success.

Andrea Mancino started at Bright Power, an energy and water management company, as an intern and has a made her way all the way up to the position of executive vice president. Today, she oversees a team of engineers, 50% of whom are women. 

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