Energy

Energy is volatile, but that could work in your favor, especially when it comes to your real estate options.

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The energy industry is volatile. And, we understand more than most how the demand for space fluctuates with the price of the commodities involved.

Timing rules the industry. We know which kinds of companies — upstream, midstream and downstream — are likely to need space at which times, and we can help you plan accordingly. Leases require flexibility to accommodate growth, which comes in two forms—acquisitive and organic—both of which we discuss with our clients often. We partner exclusively with occupiers to develop unbiased real estate strategies that account for all contingencies, while saving costs.

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Whitepaper
June 9, 2020

Portfolio Optimization 2020

As companies across the globe begin to plan and implement a Return to Office (RTO) program, many are left wondering what our work life will look like going forward. There is a widely shared belief that things will be different, but we are far from a consensus on which lasting impacts will shape how and where we work.
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News
June 7, 2020

When the Office Is Like a Biohazard Lab

Now that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended sweeping changes to American offices, companies around the country are preparing elaborate new routines intended to keep their employees healthy. But some of these measures have practical limitations, says Cresa CEO Jim Underhill.
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Blog
June 2, 2020

The Return to Office

Whether reconfiguring your space to accommodate social distancing guidelines or enhancing your remote work program, find out how to reduce density, increase sanitization and foster productivity when you return to the workplace.
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Blog
May 26, 2020

This is What's Happening in Boston's Sublease Market

As a result of widespread layoffs, interrupted cash flow for businesses and the forced efficiency of work-from-home, many companies will conclude that they do not need the same amount of office space as they did before the pandemic began.