Si vous travaillez dans le secteur des services financiers, vous vous trouvez probablement à un moment critique de votre parcours pour renforcer votre présence, mondiale ou locale. Continuer à s'étendre dans des zones urbaines prospères ou chercher de nouveaux territoires à explorer - c'est la question.
As we approach year end, we have seen a noticeable increase in activity in the downtown core. More and more people are back to work, Plus 15 walkways are busy again, restaurants are filling up over the lunch hour and traffic is backing up as in years past. Optimism is seeping back into day-to-day activity as companies solidify their return to work strategies and the downtown core is becoming, once again, vibrant.
At Cresa, we are heavy users of office space and demand a lot from it, understanding that space is not just a place to work, but can have a key role in productivity, recruiting and retention, culture and ultimately business success.
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Thrive Fitness will open a new, 11,900-square-foot gym in the heart of Chamblee, Georgia. Steve Hanna, Vice President at Cresa Global Inc., represented Thrive in this transaction.
Q&A with Gillian Baikie from Cresa Workspace, Planning, Design, & Support on the HUB and Spoke Model.
Jim Underhill arguing that people are not going back—at least, not to the office life we had, with hundreds or thousands of employees showing up at the same building every day, often to be squeezed into a densely packed, open-plan office. “Call it a de-consolidation of space, rather than having everyone come into one massive office in the cities, though they will remain the hub,” he told Quartz.