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Insight Magazine

Our experts are providing solutions for our clients every day as they respond to changes occurring across all sectors of commercial real estate. One of the objectives of Insight is to highlight the trend that are driving our business across the tri-state region and share these dynamics with you, whether you own, lease, or manage real estate, so that you can plan for and adapt to the opportunities and challenges the markets present.

In This Issue

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The Vision Realized

In the 18th century Independence Mall was the city’s most vibrant neighborhood, bustling with vendors, artisans and shopkeepers. Its historic significance as the birthplace of American democracy is unmatched. Yet it took several decades and multiple chapters before the 15.5 acre site regained its vitality as an active commercial district.

Running to Keep Up with the Growing Fitness Industry

Do you love to trot away those calories on the treadmill? Bounce along to Beyoncé as you scale steep hills on a stationary cycle? If you’re like many gym-goers, exercise isn’t just a hobby — it’s a lifestyle. And these days, there are many ways to define your identity with fitness and an active life.

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Economic Preview: More Muddling Through

Let’s recap events since we last published and outline what we can expect for the economy now and into 2017. In a word, more: more mixed indicators, more slow growth overall, more heated discussion, more speculation, and more muddling through.

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Camden's Changing Landscape

With over 5,500 new jobs being relocated to Camden, it appears the city is experiencing the most meaningful influx of investment since efforts to improve Camden began decades ago.

Building for the Future

The City of Philadelphia has a rich and storied legacy in the industrial and manufacturing sector. It is located between two rivers and, back in the 1950s, its ports were bustling with activity, driving urban textile manufacturing to a post-war peak. Over the last few decades, labor-intensive manufacturing jobs have shifted out of the region – and out of the country. While the face of manufacturing may have changed dramatically, it is important to realize it is still an important driver of our local economy.

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Market Watch

An overview of trends and activity impacting the CRE market in the Tri-State area.

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Work-Life Balance

Today’s decision makers must reach beyond typical amenities in order to attract and retain the best talent. Luckily, creature comforts of all scales can be incorporated into work life to provide convenience and a sense of delight. What’s more, many of these can be implemented without the cost of new physical amenities.

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