Last year was a good year for construction. Housing starts continued to crawl back from its nadir in the Great Recession towards more-healthy construction numbers with future highs in their eyes. And commercial real estate had a banner year as well. But here comes a wet blanket at commercial real estate news site Bisnow to tell us that the party might not be over, but is going to ratchet back a bit. Nonresidential construction should slow in 2017, but should still grow at 3.5 percent. But hey, that's still better than inflation. Read the full story at Bisnow.