„Nowe realia ekonomiczne i postępy w leczeniu zmieniają sposób funkcjonowania branży medycznej. Dopasowanie strategii zarządzania nieruchomością do jej realiów to warunek niezbędny do tego, aby znaleźć odpowiednią przestrzeń”.
Atlanta’s Oldest Submarket Rebrands Itself With 3 Exciting Projects
In normal times, the role of a project manager is an important one. During a pandemic, it is even more vital to a project’s success.
The future of worker and workplace leaves many of us uncertain on how to move forward in planning the needs for an office. Cresa's Dave Toomey joins Tangram, with experts from Steelcase and Wolcott Architecture, to discuss how the work-from-home experience will influence future lease and workplace requirements.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the largest global work-from-home experiment in modern history, with the benefits of flexible working increasingly being recognised globally. However, despite widespread speculation, the end of the office is not in sight.
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).
Cresa Managing Principal Mindy Saffer joined Humentum on June 30th to discuss considerations around returning to the office and remote work strategies.
Creating a Culture of Approachability for an Engaged Workforce with Stephanie Richmond, SVP of HR for Papa Murphy's
Stephanie Richmond, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Papa Murphy's International, sits down with Cresa's Blake St. Onge for episode 5 of season 2. Stephanie discusses her career journey and how Papa Murphy's has implemented employee communication programs for a more engaged workforce.
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.