Commercial Real Estate News & Advice

Everything you need to know about buying and leasing commercial real estate, from calculating the right amount of space to the terms you need to understand.

Recent Trends Articles

Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance Practices Gain Ground in CRE

Tenants, cities, employees and investors are vetting real estate companies on their ESG practices.

10 LoopNet Stories You May Have Missed in 2021

Consider this a second chance to peruse some of LoopNet’s most interesting and engaging stories of the year.

Property Owners Engage in the Fight Against Rising Sea Levels

Property owners who engage with climate-related groups in their communities can inform “adaption” strategies as well as funding affecting their properties.

Recent Design Articles

Skateboarding Under Skylights in a Montréal Office

Linebox Studios teamed up with ramp engineers, exotic plant consultants and their client, software firm GSoft, to envision an experiential office that transcends the tediousness of tech.

10 LoopNet Stories You May Have Missed in 2021

Consider this a second chance to peruse some of LoopNet’s most interesting and engaging stories of the year.

2021's Most Inspiring Spaces and Projects

LoopNet editors compiled the most impressive and compelling projects showcased over the past year.

Recent News Articles

Marcus & Millichap CEO Bullish on ‘Unbelievable Amount’ of CRE Trading

The rollercoaster economy has not deterred the “entrepreneurial long-term vision” that guides the commercial real estate industry, according to Hessam Nadji.

Commercial Designers Bet on Touches of Home, Outdoors in COVID-Era Offices

Tents, slatted pergolas, curtained break rooms and soft furniture were on display at the NeoCon commercial design industry event in Chicago last week.

Large Real Estate Investors Name Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth as Top Choices in CBRE Survey

For the first time in the seven years of the survey, investors with more than $50 billion of assets under management plan to shift their focus to secondary markets such as the Texas capital city rather than primary markets.