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Location, Location, Location

Apr 4, 2024

It’s the oldest adage in real estate, and it’s proving true once again in the showdown between low price retailers Dollar General and Family Dollar.


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by David Harrison
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Corporate Housing With a Twist

Apr 4, 2024

Sentral, a real estate company based in Denver is one of several betting that the shift in where and how people work will pay off with short-term, tech-driven apartment leases, according to Propmodo.


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by David Harrison
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Peak Day Data Adds New Dimension to Back to Work Barometer

Apr 2, 2024

From our Corporate Real Estate Week 2024 Title Sponsor, Kastle. The return to work has reflected a new work-week pattern featuring a migration of weekly attendance to be more concentrated in the three middle days of the workweek, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with the peak rate typically happening on Tuesday or Wednesday. While this pattern continues, the good news for real estate owners is that the peak rates are continuing to rise.


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by CoreNet Global
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EY Corporate Real Estate Transaction Services: Exploring Site Separation During Divestitures

Apr 2, 2024

From our CRE Service Delivery and Outsourcing Thought Leader Contributor, EY. Overall, the decision to physically separate requires a comprehensive and well-structured approach. Strategic planning that aligns with the broader divestiture objectives, legal compliance to navigate the complex regulatory landscape, timely transformation initiatives to ensure smooth operations on Day 1, and effective communication with stakeholders are key elements that can shape the success of the spin. Ideally, stakeholder alignment would play a vital role in ensuring the efficient execution of the separation plan, addressing challenges proactively, and maximizing the benefits for both the divesting entity and the newly independent organization.


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by CoreNet Global
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A Recipe for Inclusivity: Putting the "S" in ESG

Apr 1, 2024

Creating an inclusive workplace environment that showcases diversity often starts with breaking bread together. Implement an on-site food program that builds community through shared cultural experiences.


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by CoreNet Global
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Transforming Plastic into Purpose: Unispace's Art for Impact Program Making Waves in Nicaragua

Mar 29, 2024

The impact of discarded plastics on the environment, particularly in coastal regions of the world, can be devastating for both the people and the animals who live there. However, amidst this environmental challenge, a remarkable story of transformation and empowerment is unfolding in Nicaragua.


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by CoreNet Global
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Climate-Related Disclosures Aren't Limited to the New SEC Rules

Mar 28, 2024

Despite the exclusion of Scope 3 from the SEC final rules, companies cannot afford to stop developing their data handling capabilities.


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by CoreNet Global
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Aerospace Corp. to be Based Out of Washington, DC

Mar 27, 2024

Aerospace Corp, the non-profit government contractor will be officially headquartered out of Washington, DC, though it will maintain a significant presence in El Segundo, CA, reports SpaceNews.


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by David Harrison
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Economic Consequences of Baltimore Bridge Collapse Will Be Long Lasting

Mar 27, 2024

In the immediate aftermath of a container ship striking and destroying a major bridge adjacent to the Port of Baltimore, local and national officials stated that the loss of life could easily have been much greater.


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by David Harrison
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What About Wednesdays? Planning for the Busiest Day of the Week in the New Hybrid Office.

Mar 27, 2024

From our Designing the Ever-changing Workplace Thought Leader Partner, Gensler. Hybrid working is the new normal; however, what “hybrid” means to each organization through their policies and design can vary. ... During the design process, we hear similar questions from clients around their busiest day. Will there be enough seats? Will the environment be too loud? Will people know how to use the space? We listen to our clients so that we can truly understand and address these concerns through design and change management.


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by CoreNet Global
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Defining Active Occupancy for Your Business in a Hybrid World

Mar 21, 2024

Provided by the 2024 Corporate Real Estate Week title sponsor: Kastle. As businesses assess and respond to the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, corporate facility executives have inherited a more critical leadership role as they grapple with the day-to-day dynamics of hybrid work and its impact on people and space use. Flexible attendance policies make it harder to know who is in your office(s) and when, and how that impacts space use, company culture, and productivity.


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by CoreNet Global
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The AI Future: How Artificial Intelligence is Poised to Reshape the Commercial Real Estate Industry

Mar 21, 2024

AI has numerous potential opportunities to play a role in different stages of the property lifecycle and in the supporting ecosystem.


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by CoreNet Global
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Cities Feel the Weight of Depressed Real Estate

Mar 21, 2024

One of the ramifications of remote work and fewer people in office buildings may be the impact that it will have on the coffers of local governments.


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by David Harrison
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Swiss Company Chooses Austin, TX for U.S. Headquarters

Mar 21, 2024

Climeworks, a Swiss company that specializes in direct air capture carbon removal, has chosen Austin, TX for its U.S. headquarters.


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by David Harrison
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Atlanta Exurb fighting to Keep Newell Brands

Mar 14, 2024

Atlanta exurb Sandy Springs is fighting to keep the corporate headquarters of Newell Brands, according to RoughDraftAtlanta. Newell owns some of the country’s most well-known brands including Rubbermaid, Coleman, Oster, Sharpie, and Mr. Coffee.


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by David Harrison
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Vested Relationships: A Better Way to Outsource CRE

Mar 13, 2024

From our CRE As A Strategy Leader Thought Leader Partner, Cushman & Wakefield In today’s complex business environment, establishing trustful and transparent relationships between buyers and suppliers has become crucial for strategic success.


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by CoreNet Global
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Wichita State University Barton School of Business, Wichita, Kansas. Photo by Jason O’Rear.

How Tomorrow’s Workforce Will Shape Future Workplace Design

Mar 13, 2024

From our Designing the Ever-changing Workplace Thought Leader Partner, Gensler. In today’s rapidly evolving work landscape, the design of the workplace is a powerful tool for fostering collaboration, innovation, and productivity. How students learn is also rapidly changing, driving how higher education campuses are being designed for the future. Coupling our research surveying 4,000 U.S. remote and office-based workers and our study of 2,500 U.S.-based higher education students, educators, and staff, one thing is clear: how the future workforce learns will shape the future of workplace design.


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by CoreNet Global
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EV Equipment Maker Charges North

Mar 13, 2024

Blink Charging Co, a maker of equipment for electric vehicles has announced that it is moving from Florida to Bowie, MD, just outside of Washington, DC.


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by David Harrison
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