For owners of office buildings, constructing “spec suites” as ready-to-occupy office spaces can be a no-fail way to attract tenants — if these spaces are designed well. Read full article here.
Just like restaurants post letter grades in their windows, large buildings may soon have to broadcast their energy efficiency ratings. Read full report here.
When F5 Networks signed a lease last spring for 28 floors in the Mark, a new 48-floor office and hotel edifice in downtown Seattle, the deal capped a hunt for new headquarters that in 2019 will provide the company with room to grow and its employees with nearby transit, restaurants and other amenities. Read the full report here.
A budget is your vision of an asset and a forecast of potential earnings. While creating a portfolio or property budget, our deniable need to put everything under the microscope to review and analyze blurs the view. Read the full report here.
As we’ve all heard countless times before from our favorite sports coaches, the best offense is a good defense, and readying your multifamily property for winter is no different. Read the full article here.
As a property manager, it’s wise to regularly evaluate market trends so you and other stakeholders can make the right decisions for your business moving forward. Read the full report here.
If you haven’t heard of it, you will. Gig workers are playing a growing role in how corporate space users are redefining their staffing. Read the full report here.
A new study shows just how impactful a poorly planned workplace is on employees, which can negatively impact performance. Read full report here.
Managing vendors and processing payables are significant cost drivers for real estate companies. Read the full article on irem.org