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Barbra Murray

Barbra is a writer who has been covering the commercial real estate industry for the last 20 years. Her fondness for real estate extends to the residential sector and its many thousands of creative floor plans available for perusal. A native of Los Angeles, she returned to Southern California several years ago after a long stint in Washington, D.C., where she was able to regularly indulge her passion for visiting art galleries and museums.
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Location Intelligence Is Providing Investors With Hyper-Local Insights

There's still a lot to be said for taking into consideration the

The Non-Property Data Being Used for Property Decisions

For a long time, the commercial real estate industry made decisions based

Is Corporate America Rethinking the Use of Alcohol at the Office?

Rare is the individual, drinker or not, who doesn't have a story

Access Control’s Vital Role in Building Automation

Access control is more than just a means of entry; it offers

Is Biometrics the Future of Access Control?

It's hard to conceive of a time in human history when we

Elevators Become Part of the Energy Reduction Fight

As energy prices rose in the last half-century, energy efficiency became more

The Future of Elevators Has Gone Sideways

For so long, advances in vertical transportation have centered on speed. How

Post-Pandemic Migration’s Mixed Impact on Multifamily Demand

The pandemic sparked one of the largest migration events in the history

Lender Takes Control of Chicago Office Tower in Uncontested Auction

The U.S. office market's post-pandemic epidemic of foreclosures amid the billions in

Tech Industry Struggles With Hybrid Work Adoption

It’s safe to say that 2023 is the year that the hybrid

One Wall Street’s Tricky Transition From Business Offices to Luxe Living Spaces

From urban planners to real estate developers to the White House, everyone’s

TurboTenant CEO Aims to Redefine ‘Malevolent Landlord’ Image

Landlords have historically been saddled with the reputation of the bad guy.