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A Snapshot of An Unprecedented Industrial Market in Southern New Jersey

Warehouse & Industrial Space

Navigating the New Jersey industrial market since the COVID Pandemic in 2020 has created an ultra-competitive and fierce landscape for users and investors alike. Building owners hold all of the cards and the sprint to obtain functional, well-located warehouse space […]

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Three 2022 Pennsylvania Tax Reform Bills Move to State Senate

2022 Pennsylvania Tax Reform Bills

Three 2022 Pennsylvania Tax Reform Bills Move to State Senate after the Pennsylvania State House approved them on Tuesday, April 26: House Bills 1960, 385, and 2277. House Bills 1960 and 385 were amended in the House Appropriations Committee earlier […]

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New Jersey Readies Warehouse Development Guidance As ‘Sprawl’ Concerns Spread Nationally

Warehouse & Industrial Space

New Jersey is drafting guidelines to help its more than 500 municipalities make decisions about the development of warehouses within their borders, as localities across the country grapple with a surge of projects that have sparked criticism for an increase […]

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Environmental Due Diligence In New Jersey

Environmental Due Diligence In New Jersey

It’s often believed that environmental due diligence in real estate acquisitions boils down to the need for the production of one report: the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (“Phase I”). But while a properly prepared Phase I satisfies “all appropriate […]

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Office demand in major US markets rises in March but ‘too early to tell’ long-term

office design

At least one tracker of office-market demand in major U.S. markets shows an improvement in March, after five months of stagnation. VTS Inc.’s VTS Office Demand Index, or VODI, grew 20% in March, with all but one of the core […]

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NJ Commercial Solar Energy Trends in 2022

NJ Commercial Solar Energy Trends in 2022

In 2022, NJ commercial solar energy and renewable energy continue to make inroads. Renewable energy’s share of US electricity generation is expected to rise to 22%, while natural gas will be at 35%, and coal will fall to 23%. (EIA […]

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Most Desirable Features In An Office Space

Most Desirable Features In An Office Space

People expect the most desirable features in office space after the last few years. Employees want to feel welcomed, supported, and comfortable if they’re turning down remote job opportunities to work for a company in person. These are the most […]

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BRIAN GOREN JOINS WCRE IN DUAL RETAIL-FOCUSED ROLE

Brian Goren

Experienced Business Leader is Named Senior Advisor and Facilities Manager  WCRE proudly announces the hiring of Brian Goren, who joins the firm’s retail team and will also work closely with WCRE Property Management. Goren’s dual focus will be on continuing […]

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Cannabis Facilities Challenges in Land Use and Zoning

Cannabis Facilities Challenges in Land Use and Zoning

As more states legalize cannabis, municipalities across the country are grappling with decisions relating to development of cannabis facilities. Cannabis facilities have an extremely high energy use and intensity and a demand for resiliency. Download Printable Article (PDF) >>> Pennoni […]

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Consumer Prices Break Another Record

Persistent supply constraints paired with the effect that the war in Europe is having on commodity markets — of both energy and agricultural products — are pushing overall prices higher once again.  The consumer price index grew by 1.2% in […]

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WCRE FIRST QUARTER 2022 REPORT

WCRE FIRST QUARTER 2022 REPORT

After a Pause, Southern New Jersey & Philly Markets Appear to have Overcome Omicron Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the first quarter that the post-pandemic recovery is back on track. Now that the highly transmissible […]

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Ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt on why in-office work is better

Google Office

After more than two years of remote work and multiple return-to-office delays, most Google employees are heading back to the office at least part-time — and ex-Google CEO and chairman Eric Schmidt couldn’t be happier about it. ″[I]t’s important that these people be at the […]

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