It’s one of your greatest costs. But there’s a way to make sure your real estate portfolio is optimized for value, performance and low risk.
With many states planning on reopening, occupiers are asking themselves how they can safely return to the workplace. Before you head back to the office, make sure you can answer these key questions.
As the occupier’s champion, we’re here to help you evaluate your options. Learn more about about rent relief strategies for your company's leased locations.
Office space markets will never be the same, or will they? Are we staring into the office market abyss, or is this just a temporary blip?
Governments at all levels are starting to discuss opening our cities, and this will lead to the inevitable return to work - albeit with some restrictions around maintaining physical distancing. What can your organization do so that your employees feel safe returning to the office?
Does COVID-19 excuse parties from performing under a contract? What happens if such parties cannot perform? In many contracts, including real estate leases, a “force majeure” clause can provide the answers.
In Q3, certain demand suppressed in H1 was released. However, as two new buildings entered the market with a total GFA of 190,000 sqm, the city’s vacancy rate was pushed up to 19.1%. Due to the increasing vacancy rate and tenants’ tight budget, several landlords without healthy tenant mix or under leasing pressure kept lowering rents and being flexible in rental negotiations, the Grade A office market thus saw rental decline in Q3.