Integrating Cresa’s services allows for a disciplined, conflict-free approach to maximize cost savings and allocate more resources to staff and students.
The current global pandemic has severely tested the resiliency aspect of supply chains, with delays and disruptions pervasive. As all of these phenomena collide, COVID-19 could be the catalyst for a complete rethink of supply chains as we know them.
Hugh Rader with Cresa Global Inc. represented the buyer, Highlight Storage Partners, LLC (RRB Development), in acquiring its 50,775 SF industrial facility
The office space available for sublet in downtown Vancouver had already doubled, from about 130,000 square feet at the end of the first quarter to over 260,000 square feet when broker Ross Moore recently cited it as a mini-milestone. Moore now says the available sublet space has gone up again, rising to around 370,000 square feet in just a week.
Now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended sweeping changes to American offices, companies around the country are preparing elaborate new routines intended to keep their employees healthy. But some of these measures have practical limitations, says Cresa CEO Jim Underhill.
The supply chain is growing and improving throughout the U.S. with the emergence of last-mile facilities and delivery – and Mexico and Latin America are presenting new opportunities for relocation, investment and supply chain extension.
In France, the National Institute of Statistics and Studies (INSEE) assessed the GDP decrease as being closer to 9%, including a rebound of +19% at Q3 2020 and +3% at Q4 2020.