Ready for Action: Top 5 Insights of 2021

26 January, 2022

A review of the 2021 blog posts that our network connected with most reinforces what we knew to be true: You were eager to act on market demand and move forward with new investments.

Following a challenging year of adapting to change in 2020, Bohler saw developers renew their focus on connecting, closing deals, and kicking off projects. With articles about identifying development opportunities and evaluating project feasibility topping the list, it’s clear our network was – and continues to be – ready for action.

If you missed these insights the first time around, here’s your chance to catch up.

1. 3 Ways to Get the Industry Working for You 

Whether you are networking in person or connecting virtually, implementing these three tactics can generate more opportunities and deals. Leverage your connections and get the land development industry working for you.

2. Due Diligence Time Crunch? 6 Items Not to Miss

Faced with time constraints or managing a tight budget? Before you evaluate an undeveloped site or assess a potential redevelopment, download Bohler’s due diligence checklist.

3. Development Trends Stemming from America’s Industrial Boom

It’s no secret that industrial markets are booming across the nation. Throughout our footprint, we are seeing a continued rise in the number of warehouse, distribution, and data center land development projects taking shape. Bohler’s Mark Fletcher takes a look at why, and where the latest trends are leading developers.

4. When to Engage an L.A. in Conceptual Design

Landscape architects have a unique perspective on end-user experienceproject timeline, and adapting to challenging natural features on site. Here are five scenarios when engaging a landscape architect in conceptual design can help you maximize ROI.

5. Outside the [Big] Box Tips for Filling Empty Retail Space

Mall and shopping center owners and developers have had to adapt to evolving consumer behavior. From sourcing non-traditional tenants to confirming your team understands existing code modifications, here are Michael Takacs’ tips for filling vacant boxes quickly.

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