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U.S. Office Growth Slow But Steady

  • Posted on July 30th, 2019

U.S. office properties saw asking rents rise 0.4% in May 2019 over the previous three-month period. The report noted the current pipeline for new construction, which counts around 173 million square feet of office space, is mostly concentrated in metros that have growing space needs or a strong demand for new product with updated technology […]

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Big Tech Reveals Smart Building Strategies

  • Posted on July 30th, 2019

When designing a smart building, the user experience is paramount. That’s the philosophy of Zorba Manolopoulos, global program manager in charge of Smart Campuses at Facebook, whose group is tasked with innovating and problem-solving for the social media giant’s worldwide property portfolio of about 80 buildings. Click here to read the article.

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Florida Remains A Hotspot For CRE Development

  • Posted on July 30th, 2019

It’s not just your imagination: Florida is booming. The state ranked fifth in the U.S. for all commercial real estate development, according to an annual survey by an affiliate of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks. Click here to read the article.

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The Rise of the Coworking Space in the Gig Economy

  • Posted on June 28th, 2019

The obvious observation is that coworking spaces started to flourish around the time that the gig economy started to develop. New technologies have made it easier for people to start their own businesses, or rely on existing apps to connect their services to the clients who need them most.   Click here to read the […]

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Why Tier 2 Cities Have Real Estate Buyers’ Attention

  • Posted on June 28th, 2019

Activity in Tier 2 cities has surged in recent years, driven by the general affordability and relative price stability, as well as the lower levels of competition for properties. These attributes are drawing investors away from the biggest cities, referred to as Tier 1 markets.   Click here to read the article

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