As technology continues to evolve, so does the need for the specialized real estate that accommodates the infrastructure that operates those systems.
San Francisco can be seen as an indicator market for real estate. Christina Clark, Managing Principal of Cresa’s Global Portfolio Solutions group, examines how low vacancy rates in major cities like San Francisco may offer a glimpse of things to come, predicting the need for technology companies to rethink their real estate strategies.
Jason Jones, Principal of Cresa’s C3 service line, provided consultation in LGE’s analysis of several options to house its mission critical applications and computing infrastructure.
At both the national and local levels, the core of a healthy economy is its strong labor market, indicating that supply and demand don’t operate in a vacuum.