Law firms are facing an industry shift. A good real estate strategy finds opportunity…and applies them to make your firm even better.
While many companies are temporarily pumping the brakes on expansion due to COVID-19, Amazon is aggressively eyeing more space throughout the country, including in North Texas.
Q2 in review: Office experts break down the state of subleases, rents and stagnant sales in North Texas
Following a slow first quarter that saw more than 150,000 square feet of negative office absorption in North Texas, things continued to slide during the second quarter.
Tom Tindall, who co-founded Cresa's Atlanta office 28 years ago, is back on Cresa Global's board of directors.
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.
Martenson, Hasbrouck & Simon recently completed its move to a three-story build-to-suit office at 2573 Apple Valley Road in Brookhaven, Georgia. The firm previously had its Atlanta offices at 3379 Peachtree Road in the city's Buckhead financial district.
Little is certain as New York City cautiously moves from crisis to functionality, but one thing is: Few people are returning to their offices, for the time being at least, despite it now being allowed.
The rise of industrial real estate over the last twenty months has been well documented. Across all markets, significant tenant demand, coupled with scarcity of available product and poorly-performing office assets, has allowed rental rates to appreciate, sale processes to become highly competitive and transaction prices to reach new watermarks.
COVID-19 has prompted the most notable workplace transformation of our time. As companies rethink how and where they work, HR departments are at the center of this evolution, crafting policies and developing guidance to keep their workforce healthy, productive and supported.