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In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, I recall reading an anecdote that the Internet is now being leveraged for its true potential – to share and distribute information collaboratively.
From startups and tech giants to more old-school Wall Street firms, businesses are rethinking the role of office space and whether they even need it. Jack Burns, Managing Principal in Cresa's Boston office, weighs in.
Conversations on the safe return to work are shifting from ideas to action quickly, as occupiers and building owners look to get back to business. Remote work staffing models were adopted out of necessity in the face of the pandemic and some may look to continue operating that way on a permanent basis.
The construction industry is experiencing a period of transition during the coronavirus pandemic. In Boston, authorities have made several changes in order to protect everyone involved.
Rent relief. Knowing the potential ways to structure the relief is just the beginning. You need market intelligence to know specifically on what terms deals are being done.
Principal Blake St. Onge joins Build Oregon as panel speaker to discuss how companies who rely on a physical presence can best equip themselves for conversations with their landlord, property manager or building owner during this time.