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Dexit?

Feb 23, 2024

Will Germany be the next country to leave the European Union? There’s speculation in some corners to that effect, according to The Hindustan Times.


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Gensler’s New San Francisco Office: A Prototype for the Future of Work

Feb 22, 2024

From our Designing for the ever-changing Workplace Thought Leader Partner, Gensler. Having emerged from the pandemic, we are adapting to a fundamentally different world of work. As individuals have adapted to working with remote and hybrid teams, one thing has become increasingly clear: we all work differently, and productivity means something different to everyone.


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CoStar Will Cross the River To Virginia

Feb 22, 2024

Commercial real estate behemoth CoStar will invest $20 million in a new headquarters in Rosslyn, VA. The company’s headquarters are currently in Washington, DC.


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THE TEAM AROUND THE TABLE PODCAST

Feb 21, 2024

From our CRE As A Strategy Leader Thought Leader Partner, Cushman & Wakefield. There's a better way to outsource corporate real estate—and it starts with choosing the right team.


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Choosing the Right CRE Team: A Strategic Approach to Talent, Culture and Diversity

Feb 15, 2024

From our CRE as a Strategy Thought Leader, Cushman & Wakefield. Choosing the Right CRE Team: A Strategic Approach to Talent, Culture and Diversity. From, the Team Around the Table podcast, a dive deep into the composition of a successful CRE team, and the impact it has on the client relationship and in driving value. Cushman & Wakefield’s, Pedro Vasquez, Jamie Ergle, and Shannon Koenigsdorf define “destination accounts,” talk about keys to success, and uncover the values and capabilities essential for your next CRE team.


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The Future of Retail?

Feb 15, 2024

Last fall a new development opened in downtown Kuala Lumpur with a collection of retail outlets, a food court and plenty of common areas for employees at nearby office towers.


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Companies Still Struggling with Return to Office

Feb 15, 2024

Some big companies are pushing for their employees to return to the office as much as five days a week, but the breach between CEO’s and workers has not disappeared.


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Brooklyn Company to Create 500 Jobs — In Florida

Feb 8, 2024

A Brooklyn maker of promotional items, Garyline, is the latest to move from New York to Spring Hill Florida, where it will open a new headquarters and manufacturing facility , creating about 500 jobs.


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Real Estate on the Upswing in Malaysia

Feb 8, 2024

Knight Frank Malaysia is projecting strong investment in commercial real estate in Malaysia, as reported in The Star.


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Mastering Corporate Workplace Strategy and Experiences with Data-Driven Decisions

Feb 7, 2024

From our Content Contributor Partner, Momentus Technologies In today's rapidly evolving corporate landscape, companies are on a constant quest to build an effective workplace strategy to optimize operations, boost productivity and elevate experiences. For many successful organizations, opportunities for improvement begin with a clearly defined plan of action on how to make the physical spaces work for the employees' behavior, engagement and company culture.


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WSJ: Class A Office Space Seeing Some Declines, Too

Feb 5, 2024

Class A, amenity-rich office space has been viewed as a potential salvation for the commercial real estate market, as companies embarked on a post-pandemic “flight to quality.” Now that thinking too may be tested, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal.


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How can old buildings become modern, sustainable spaces?

Feb 1, 2024

From our Sustainability Thought Leader Partner, JLL. While tearing down and replacing old structures isn’t always practical or sustainable, retrofitting and adaptive reuse offer promising solutions. These approaches transform outdated, energy-inefficient workplaces into spaces that have a low-carbon footprint and set the highest standards for employee health and wellbeing. So, what does this look like in practice?


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New Amazon Office Tower is Prime

Feb 1, 2024

Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer has moved into a new office tower in Bellevue, WA, and Propmodo has a rundown of the cutting edge features that set it apart.


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The Foundations of Growth: Proptech in Saudi Arabia

Jan 31, 2024

Local Proptechs have an unparalleled opportunity to grow in tandem with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's transformation of real estate.


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Shaping Tomorrow’s Workplace: Key Trends Affecting Occupiers in 2024

Jan 31, 2024

From our Thought Leader Partner, Colliers. As part of a new series from Colliers’ Tenant Advisory Council (TAC), leader Sheena Gohil is sitting down with industry experts for their insight into the current real estate landscape and their perspective on navigating change.


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Can Lease Audit Support Your ESG Efforts?

Jan 26, 2024

A dedicated lease audit program can play a significant role in ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) initiatives by promoting transparency, efficiency, and responsible management of leased assets.


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This Headquarters Has a Family Feel — And Profit Sharing

Jan 26, 2024

One way to encourage workers to join a company is to create a family feel. And another is profit sharing. WTMJ in Milwaukee has an interesting peek behind the headquarters of Kwik Trip, a chain of convenience stores across the midwest U.S.


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Blue-Washing?

Jan 24, 2024

For a while “green” was a term thrown around so indiscriminately, it led to a new term, “green-washing,” which referred to companies and practices claiming to be environmentally sensitive, without tangible activities to justify the label.


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