It takes thick skin, a good attitude, and serious drive to make it in this competitive, multi-billion-dollar market.
Across the world, the (often unattended) standard front desk is being replaced by renovated lobbies featuring enthusiastic hotel-trained staff.
Whether it be a highly-marketed, newly renovated office building or an industrial building that could use some fixing up, with the right eye and approach, anything can be a good deal (even if it doesn’t seem like it at first).
It’s the age-old question: How do you get more productivity out of your workers? Some employers may swear by a stern company-wide meeting. However, we disagree.
Are your tenants satisfied? This is one of the big questions commercial real estate landlords must ask themselves when planning for the future.
You may find it hard to believe that designs existed prior to the glamorous egg white paint, cube farms, and fluorescent lighting that have occupied office spaces for decades.
Recently, there’s been a lot of discussion in the commercial real estate industry as to why tenant improvements in low- and mid-rise office buildings cost so much.
On-site gyms, coffee carts, high-speed internet, outdoor seating areas – five years ago, these commercial real estate “amenities” were considered just that: amenities.
Commercial Real Estate marketing has evolved from simple signage in the early days to include more sophisticated, multi-faceted digital tactics we see in present day.
Designing an office can be tricky. Just like a tattoo, you should do your best to get it right the first time.