I don’t normally stray away from the commercial real estate world in this space, but I really enjoyed this article by my friend and fellow theatre Dad Joe Hyrkin. A new twist on some good common sense business fundamentals. First thing I thought when I read this was, just like all actors depend on the costumers, spotlight operators and […]
Clouds Architecture Office of New York released a….slightly… speculative plan to build a skyscraper-really, a city- to be built suspended from an Asteroid positioned into orbit around the Earth. Fun article worth a read just for the really cool renderings. Operating expenses would be brutal, though.
Commercial Property Executive currently features a snapshot of Office deployment trends— mix of some design elements that we’re seeing pretty regularly in both tech and professional service settings, and a few cultural workplace shifts, too. Dense “collaborative” open office space designs are seen by many as more about bottom line than culture, and the concept has […]
Interesting stats out of the Colliers research department, confirming a trend that has been building for some time. Sublease space as a percentage of the market in Silicon Valley has shot up drastically over the past year, now making up nearly a third of total inventory. In Palo Alto, the strongest submarket in the region, the increase […]
Good “CRE Tech 101” article can be found HERE via the very useful Real Estate Tech News blog. Worth a quick read if you’re looking for a quick primer in emerging trends in the industry. Interesting to see Search at the BOTTOM of their list of industry trends. A few years ago, Search was […]
Rents Hold Steady Despite Softening Fundamentals We are pleased to share Colliers International’s Q4 2016 US Top Office Metros Snapshot While most metros saw positive absorption in the fourth quarter, overall net absorption is down year over year. Growth, albeit slowing, should continue this year, with U.S. office-using employment growth expected to fall from 2.4% […]