How The 2010s Changed CRE Forever

January 10, 2020

After the 2007-2008 recession finally began to recede, the 2010s saw a decade of increasing prosperity and new trends in commercial real estate, from the surge in multifamily and industrial development to the rise of coworking and other niche asset classes. When Bisnow National wanted to explore this pivotal decade in CRE, they turned to Taylor Johnson for expert sources. Our clients were featured prominently in the resulting two-part feature: Part 1, which focused on changes in the multifamily sector, included clients Marcus & MillichapDraper and Kramer, Incorporated; and Cushman & Wakefield, while Part 2, which highlighted the evolution of the office sector, included additional insights from the Cushman & Wakefield team. Read more here.


Among the experts quoted in Bisnow’s decade in review were (clockwise, from top left) John Sebree, national director — National Multi-Housing Group, Marcus & Millichap; Todd Bancroft, president and CEO, Draper and Kramer, Incorporated; Todd Stofflet, managing director, Cushman & Wakefield; and Matt Hoffer, director, Tenant Advisory Group, Cushman & Wakefield.


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