Net als bedrijven hebben non-profitorganisaties te maken met strategische prioriteiten en kostenbesparingen. In tegenstelling tot bij hun tegenhangers die een winstoogmerk hebben, worden beslissingen genomen via een complexer vastgoedproces met meerdere belanghebbenden en beslissingsmodellen. Gelukkig is Cresa succesvol in het uitdagingen omzetten in slimme, strategische kansen.
As global companies realize the importance of having a unified approach to their real estate demands, the need to understand local market practices and business traditions is greater than ever.
To demonstrate the quality of your space, it is vital to properly market your office through diverse multimedia. Whether it’s for an upcoming sublease or sale, or just to demonstrate your company’s value to potential talent, a virtual tour video serves as an innovative and interactive asset.
As you continue to assess the impacts of COVID-19 on your business and workforce, Cresa can help you reinvent and reposition your business.
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.
While some companies prepare for the return to office, others are opting to incorporate remote work into their long-term workplace strategies. For these occupiers, it will be important to reevaluate your space utilization and — if it proves cost-effective — shed what you no longer need.
Cresa was honored to be part of the project team for the new headquarters space for the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) recently recognized OTJ Architects’ design of the headquarters at its 25th Annual Premiere awards gala (held virtually).
Executing a successful transition to hybrid work requires a deep understanding of company culture by business leaders and managers. The more you understand your organization's unique culture, the better prepared you are to execute a remote strategy that enables your workforce to enhance their outputs. In the fourth article of our Work + Place series co-authored by Jamie Grossman and Stacey Litwin-Davies, they discuss the factors business leaders need to consider when deciding where staff should work when operating in hybrid and remote work environments.