INSIGHTS

MBA of NY Q&A with PRISM Speaker Brian Bailey, Fed Reserve Atlanta
“The larger banks are very disciplined in their commercial real estate lending, but when you get beyond that segment, there’s a significant competitive force that’s being applied to banks from the non-banks.” L… READ MORE >
  |   03.14.2019
1Q19 Construction Lending Update
NOTE TO READERS: This article was just published in the inaugural edition of the CLRM Journal, a publication dedicated to construction lender risk management and distributed to construction lenders and equity capital providers READ MORE >
  |   02.04.2019
Five Take-Aways from the 2018 Benchmark Survey of Environmental Consultants
Last summer, EDR conducted its 2018 Benchmark Survey of Environmental Consultants. Nearly 500 consultants from across the U.S. took the time to share their thoughts on such hot-button issues as  average pricing and… READ MORE >
  |   01.29.2019
Omnichannel and the Halo Effect
Recently, EDR hosted a webinar on Retail Site Selection in Today’s Era of Transformation.  Stephanie Cegielski, VP Public Relations for ICSC, discussed the big trend among retailers of diversifying from an exclusively… READ MORE >
  |   12.13.2018
Upcycling for Retail Sites: Reuse, Renovate, Repurpose
Retail sector: glass is half full Just in time for Halloween comes the next batch of scare headlines about retail store closings. This round was prompted by Toys ‘R’ Us finalizing the closing… READ MORE >
  |   10.22.2018
Hurricane Michael Makes Landfall
EDR’s Environmental Impact Summary Sheet Identifies 33 Sites of Interest Hurricane Michael, a fast-moving Category 4 storm with fierce winds of 155 miles per hour, is unleashing its power on a swatch of… READ MORE >
  |   10.11.2018
EDR’s CEO on Forbes Real Estate Council: Technology Reshapes Property Risk Management
How Technology Can Redefine ‘The Art Of The Possible’ In an article that was just published by Forbes, our CEO Chris Aronson shares his insights into what the rapid pace of technological change… READ MORE >
  |   09.26.2018
AASHTO Reports on Hurricane Florence's Environmental Risks
“Our focus after storm events is on providing up-to-the-minute answers to critical questions like how many sites may be affected, and what types of hazardous material may be unleashed due to wind and
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  |   09.24.2018
170 Sites Posing Environmental Risks Lie in Hurricane Florence’s Crosshairs
An additional 152 sites are prioritized for cleanup under a state program  Hurricane Florence has the potential to dump 10 trillion gallons of rainwater on North and South Carolina. That’s enough water to… READ MORE >
  |   09.14.2018
U.S. EPA TOUTS A NEW REAL ESTATE MARKET: SUPERFUND SITES
NOTE TO READERS: Earlier this year, we published a brief on the significance of the new federal BUILD Act, an omnibus funding bill with good news for brownfield redevelopment. Among other things, the… READ MORE >
  |   07.03.2018