Walgreens Pushes the Wow Factor

After years of aggressive growth, the drugstore chain has dialed it back, positioning Ryan Hill in a leading role to open 12 upscale flagship stores and refurbish thousands of other locations across North America More


With Great Risk Comes Great Reward

CenterPoint Properties staked its reputation—and millions of dollars—on financing and developing the two largest intermodal rail facilities in America, and now it’s expanding with a high-profile government project More

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Washington’s Latest Monument

Thanks to its deep roots in the city, Monday Properties has built the tallest structure in the DC metropolitan area, with enough high-end detailing to attract corporate tenants in droves More


Reset In Stone

Helzberg Diamonds’ Parke Wellman is recasting the popular jewelry retailer as an even more eye-popping, consumer-friendly brand More


Executive to Watch: Tim White

Since joining Meritage Homes as its award-winning general counsel, he has melded his past experience in private practices with his passion for homebuilding More

University of Arkansas Old Main

Cram Sessions

The University of Arkansas uses tight summer construction schedules to complete renovations—$175 million worth in 2013—that will keep the institution in the vanguard as its student population grows More

Greco, LLC

Where The “In” Crowd Lives

Whether the structures are new or old, for sale or not, Minneapolis-based Greco, LLC proves that choosing A-plus sites in the inner-urban core is key to developing the next “it” places to live More


American Express’s New Design Team

Thomas Gannon brought American Express’s planning and construction workforce in-house, and now it’s creating everything from flexible office spaces to luxury airport lounges More


All in a Year’s Work

General counsel Michael Pfeiffer managed a merger that made his company, Realty Income Corporation, the largest publicly traded net-lease REIT in the nation, and, in his spare time, he helped acquire properties worth a total of $25 billion—all in 2013. More