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10 Workplace Trends for 2024: What’s In and What’s Out?

Jan 24, 2024

From our Designing for the ever-changing Workplace Thought Leader Partner, Gensler. As more organizations understand that the workplace landscape has permanently changed, the focus will be less on how many people come into the office and more on how the office can support people’s needs.


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by CoreNet Global
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When the Commute Is Worth the Carbon

Jan 23, 2024

From our Designing for the ever-changing Workplace Thought Leader Partner, Gensler. Since the pandemic’s early days, when global cities paused and remote work became widespread, the discussion on returning to the office has persisted. Now, over three years later, with offices reopened to varying degrees, the debate continues.


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by CoreNet Global
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Future Workplace Trends: Are You Putting Your Office to Work?

Jan 23, 2024

From our CRE Service Delivery and Outsourcing Thought Leader Contributor, EY. Rocked by three years of shifting workplace trends, corporate real estate is still finding stable ground. In the continuing reboot of the American workplace, millions of employees in the US and worldwide have been pulled in different directions by swerving trends.


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by CoreNet Global
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In World Reshaped by Pandemic, Shaping Today's Offices Requires Focus on Different Needs

Jan 18, 2024

The pandemic changed what people expect from work. Reflecting that change means shaping an office that addresses those needs on a human level.


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by CoreNet Global
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Commercial Real Estate Activity in APAC Falls

Jan 18, 2024

A new report from JLL finds that investment activity in commercial real estate in the Asia-Pacific region is down.


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by David Harrison
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Office Partnerships Tackling Hybrid Work, Net Zero Goals

Jan 17, 2024

Accommodating the peaks and valleys of office attendance in hybrid workplaces is an ongoing challenge for business leaders. Another is meeting environmental, social and governance (ESG) demands. Increasingly, landlords and tenants are working to address the two together.


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by CoreNet Global
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8 Key Takeaways for Accelerating ESG Integration as a Critical Component of Corporate Real Estate Strategy

Jan 17, 2024

In a rapidly changing landscape, where environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are progressively becoming central to corporate decision-making, the integration of these principles into corporate real estate strategies has emerged as a critical imperative.


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by CoreNet Global
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Office Vacancies Hit Record High

Jan 17, 2024

Office vacancies, driven by the shift to remote work and over building, are at their highest point in decades, reports The Wall Street Journal.


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by David Harrison
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Five Office Interior Design Trends for 2024

Jan 11, 2024

With an updated design strategy, curated amenities and different space types, companies can create workspaces tailored to the employees' needs.


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by CoreNet Global
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Choice Hotels Upgrades Its Accommodations in Maryland

Jan 11, 2024

Choice Hotels has cut the ribbon on a new headquarters in Maryland, not far from it’s previous location. The ceremony was attended by Gov. Wes Moore.


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by David Harrison
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Just Rumors (?)

Jan 11, 2024

United Airlines has told Illinois state officials that it has no plans to move its headquarters from the famed Willis Tower in downtown Chicago, in response to speculation that the company is planning to move to a Denver corporate campus that it is developing.


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by David Harrison
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Real Estate Services CEOs Chime In On Key Industry Trends

Jan 11, 2024

From our CRE Service Delivery and Outsourcing Thought Leader Contributor, EY The commercial real estate (CRE) industry is rapidly changing and being disrupted by a number of issues. CRE services industry leaders are having to reassess their business and investments. To get a better understanding of how CRE service companies are handling a rapidly changing work culture, we surveyed some of the top leadership in the industry.


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by CoreNet Global
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Corporate Relocations Slowing Down

Jan 4, 2024

Between 2018 and 2023 almost 500 companies relocated their U.S. headquarters, with most going to Texas, according to a CBRE report cited in CoStar.


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by David Harrison
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Where the Workers Are

Jan 4, 2024

Big cities in the southern U.S. are seeing the highest increases in job growth, according to a new report on GlobeSt.com.


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by David Harrison
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The Rise of Return on Commute (ROC) -- How to Optimize Your Workplace for the New Era of Work

Jan 2, 2024

In today’s hybrid work environment, employees are increasingly evaluating their commute time and its impact on their productivity and well-being.


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by CoreNet Global
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Bridging the Gap: Where Traditional Real Estate and Flexible Workspace Meet

Dec 22, 2023

Tim Venable, SVP of Research and Knowledge at CoreNet Global sits down with Michele Penaranda, VP at Preferred Office Network, and discusses trends in how companies are using traditional real estate and flexible workspace.


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Axios: Target Beckons Workers Back Quarterly

Dec 20, 2023

Axios reported that Target has mandated for 2024 that its local but remote Minneapolis headquarters-based employees must report back into the office to work on a quarterly basis.


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by David Harrison
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Fineqia International Considers Relocation

Dec 19, 2023

Canadian digital asset and fintech investment firm Fineqia International announced this week that it is considering a headquarters move out of Vancouver, British Columbia where it is now located.


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by David Harrison
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