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Office of the future – excerpt from 2012 NAR presentation

Todd Clarke @ August 24, 2012 # Comments Off on Office of the future – excerpt from 2012 NAR presentation

The following is Todd Clarke’s excerpts from the Office of the future presentation – given first at NAR in 2012, with a Seattle update in 2013 OfficeofTheFuture2012

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Tearing it up from the top down

Todd Clarke @ January 17, 2012 # Comments Off on Tearing it up from the top down

Yes your eyes are not deceiving you – there is an excavactor on top of this high rise, demolishing it. Only in China would we see something like this. More on the story at the link below. Thanks to Gizmodo.com and its sister blog Jalopnik.com

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Who opposes development?

Todd Clarke @ September 26, 2011 # Comments Off on Who opposes development?

As always, I am astounded at the amount of information available on the internet. Recent case and point – fellow Twitter, Patrick Fox @pffox send me a link to the New Saint Index , which tracks opposition to real estate projects. What an amazing resource! While landfills and casinos continue to be unpopular with neighborhoods, […]

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CCIM Live update – Aerotropolis webinar now online!

Todd Clarke @ August 25, 2011 # Comments Off on CCIM Live update – Aerotropolis webinar now online!

Last week I had the pleasure of introducing and interviewing Greg Lindsay, author of Aerotropolis. CCIM has just posted his webinar live.

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Book review: Best read for 2011: Aerotropolis

Todd Clarke @ July 31, 2011 # Comments Off on Book review: Best read for 2011: Aerotropolis

Aerotropolis, the way we’ll live next Authors: Greg Lindsay & John D. Kasarda, Publishing Info: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Nonfiction, First edition published March 1st, 2011 As an international instructor for the CCIM institute I discovered that the book, Aerotropolis: the way we’ll live next dovetails nicely with what the just-in-time delivery model as a […]

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Mother nature’s wrath

Todd Clarke @ May 30, 2011 # Comments Off on Mother nature’s wrath

This photo shows a before and after of a neighborhood in Joplin, MO that was demolished from the recent the toronado storms. The image on the top is from Google Map’s street view. The image on the botton was taken by Aaron Fuhrman While all American’s pray for the fine people in Joplin who have seen the […]

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RFP De Anza motel – Albuquerque

Todd Clarke @ March 18, 2011 # Comments Off on RFP De Anza motel – Albuquerque

The city of Albuquerque is looking for development teams to redevelop the historic De Anza Hotel. A full copy of the RFP can be found by clicking here and a copy of the market study we did for the City can be found here. Of the many consulting assignments I’ve had the pleasure to work […]

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More bricks and mortar fall to clicks

Todd Clarke @ February 12, 2011 # Comments Off on More bricks and mortar fall to clicks

In a Wall Street Journal article dated today, Borders Group has indicated that they are making preperations to file bankruptcy in the forthcoming days. Similar to the fallout of music stores after iTunes, Amazon website and digital readers has encouraged many readers to abandon physical stores. Companies that have figured out how to the digital […]

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Honey, where did we park the house?

Todd Clarke @ June 4, 2010 # Comments Off on Honey, where did we park the house?

I could have sworn we left it right here on the corner of Sinkhole Avenue and Dropoff Blvd… This first appeared on one of my favorite gadget blogs, Gizmodo, and then was followed by a posting with more photos on the National Geographic website. Before my friends in Albuquerque chuckle too much about those crazy […]

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