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Technology companies require flexibility and access to the right talent. Our real estate solutions are customized to meet the needs of your business.

Space that scales to meet the needs of your business.

Technology companies have unique real estate needs, requiring flexibility in their leases and the ability to attract and retain a specialized workforce. We negotiate lease terms that accommodate both periods of rapid growth and pivots while ensuring you are well-positioned to recruit the talent you need — considering your locations’ proximity to transportation, universities, and your ideal workforce.

Our industry benchmarks illuminate what works — and what doesn’t — for companies similar to yours. Empowered by this data, we develop a real estate strategy to support your overall business plan. And because we work exclusively with occupiers, our recommendations are always unbiased and in your best interest.

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Latest Insights

Q2 2020 Industrial Market Stats - Atlanta Submarkets
Market-Research
July 13, 2020

Atlanta Industrial Occupiers Guide - Q2 2020

The industrial market in Atlanta remains on solid footing, but the metro's speculative supply pipeline, coupled with uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, could lead to a softening in market conditions in the coming quarters.
CresaCares
Blog
July 9, 2020

Cresa Cares Donates $100,000 to COVID-19 Relief Programs

In light of the significant impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on so many across the world, Cresa Cares has donated $100,000 to relief efforts. We feel fortunate to be able to assist the following organizations in continuing the amazing work they are doing.
beijingQ2
Market-Research
July 9, 2020

Q2 2020 Market Report

In Q2 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic has been relatively well controlled in Beijing, tenants became increasingly active compared to Q1. However, due to the city’s high vacancy rate, tenants’ tight budget control, and the upcoming supply peak, many landlords kept lowering rents and being flexible in negotiations.
Zac Conley
News
July 9, 2020

Couch or Cubicle?

Some workers are going back to their offices. Others will be home — maybe permanently. Either way, the Covid-19 pandemic could be a turning point in the region’s office space market.
Vancouver
Market-Research
July 8, 2020

Q2 2020 Vancouver Summary Office & Industrial Statistics

Despite a very uncertain economic backdrop, quarter-end market statistics showed very little change for Metro Vancouver's office and industrial leasing markets - relative to three months earlier. Vacancy and availability rates drifted slightly higher with an elevated degree of uncertainty permeating leasing markets across the region.