CREM

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AcronymDefinition
CREMcAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate) Response Element Modulator
CREMCommercial Real Estate Mortgage
CREMCommercial Real Estate Marketplace
CREMCorporate Real Estate Management
CREMClassified Removable Electronic Media
CREMCenter for Rural Emergency Medicine (West Virginia University)
CREMCouncil on Regulatory Environmental Modeling (US EPA)
CREMCenter for Educational Multimedia (De La Salle University-Manila)
CREMCorner Rounding End Mill (tool)
CREMCommission Régionale d'Évaluation Médicale
CREMCertified Renewable Energy Manager (program)
CREMCustomer Reliability Excellence Monitor (electric utility industy)
CREMConservation, Renewables, Energy Management (conservation consulting company; est. 2007)
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LoopNet operates the most heavily trafficked commercial real estate marketplace online with more than four million registered members and approximately five million unique visitors quarterly as reported by Google Analytics.
This project reflects the experience and lessons we've learned through 45 years of developing, owning, managing, redeveloping and building Class A office product in the most vibrant and competitive commercial real estate marketplace in the United States," stated Macklowe.
In a transaction which underscores the strength of the White Plains commercial real estate marketplace, Radio Computing Services (RCS), a subsidiary of Clear Channel Radio, the nation's largest owner of radio stations, has committed to 30,000 s/f at White Plains Plaza, aka 445 Hamilton Avenue.
A 22-year veteran in the tri-state New York/New Jersey/Connecticut commercial real estate marketplace, Apple will focus his efforts on providing representation and strategic planning services for space users in a wide variety of business sectors, including non-profits, financial services companies, law firms and accounting practices.
A prevalent misconception in the commercial real estate marketplace is that owners have to spend significant capital in order to reduce energy consumption and save money.
The addition of these fine firms adds to our position as a leader in the commercial real estate marketplace," said Richard W.
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