Bigger, Better, Faster: The Port of Long Beach

The second busiest port in the entire nation is actively preparing for the future of cargo movement around the entire world. There is a lot of activity around the port in Long Beach, and there is a bright future for this state of the art hub. The port regularly hosts...

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Skip the Checkout with Amazon Go

Skip the Checkout with Amazon Go

You can skip the checkout line altogether with Amazon Go. People may wonder what shopping would look like if you just walked into a store, grabbed what you needed and just left. There would be no lines and no registers at all. The same technology behind self driving...

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Office Developers Find Home in Residential Area

Office Developers Find Home in Residential Area

Dr. Lincoln has a plan to renovate the lobbies, outdoor spaces, and four vacant floors of the majestic grey building. The 96,140-square-foot building is over 60 percent occupied. While they look to fill the remaining spots, major tenants include North American Title,...

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Best Buy Signs Large Industrial Lease at Compton Brickyard

Best Buy Signs Large Industrial Lease at Compton Brickyard

In what is said to be the largest leasing move since the 2008 Catalina Wine Mixer, Best Buy Co. Inc. has snagged nearly half a million square feet of industrial space at the Brickyard in Compton. According to the property’s leasing manger, this deal will bring the...

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Eight New Ideas for the High-rise of the Future

Eight New Ideas for the High-rise of the Future

According to top analytic watchdogs, seventy percent of the world’s population will be housed in cities by 2050. This is definitely a major change over one and a half generations, but it will require us to change how we design our cities. Some of the world's top...

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