Industrial / Logistics Archives - Page 2 of 55 - CREtech

daryn April 20, 2022
Trammell Crow announced in late March that it will partner with Altus Power to bring solar panels, battery storage and electric charging stations to 35M SF worth of industrial assets in its pipeline. The move, which is expected to generate 300 megawatts of building-sited solar power over the next three to four years, is in line with Trammell Crow parent company CBRE’s commitment to achieve net-z...
daryn March 31, 2022
A self-driving forklift may be the next wave of warehouse and factory innovations, saving companies on labor and, ideally, making industrial settings safer for everyone.
Lauren March 25, 2022
Carlos Rousseau, Co-founder and CEO of Orange Investments, looks to increase tokenization and green technology into the CRE industry in Latin America.
Lauren March 24, 2022
Christopher Yip, Partner and Managing Director at RET Ventures, looks to see how ubiquitous wifi, IoT, and industrial technology can all work towards creating housing affordability for the long term.
Lauren March 23, 2022

CREtech and Kastle announce joint research partnership, Real Estate Tech360, launching at CREtech San Diego

New York, NY (March 23, 2022) — CREtech
Lauren March 21, 2022
A company called Staxxon in Montclair, New Jersey, is planning to sell a newfangled shipping container that's "designed to fold in an accordion-style fashion, and shrink to 1/5 the size of a regular container."
brandonlin August 23, 2021

Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities were industrial hubs that declined in the mid-20th century. But a series of government-led initiatives helped bring them back.

brandonlin August 05, 2021
Mandi Wedin, Founder & CEO of Feroce Real Estate, joins Tech Talks with insights on how technology and demographics are influencing the real estate industry standards.
brandonlin August 05, 2021
During the pandemic, many professionals have come to enjoy some of the benefits of telecommuting, whether it’s not having to endure traffic, being more productive or having the ability to work from wherever they want. At the same time, 
brandonlin August 05, 2021

When Amazon comes to town, don’t expect development to stop at one or two office towers.

Matt Kelly runs JBG Smith, the developer behind Amazon.com’s second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, d...