Top 20 Best U.S. Metros to Start a Business
Commercial real estate listing service 42Floors set out to determine the metro areas where entrepreneurs had the best chances of turning their business idea into reality.Read More
Commercial real estate listing service 42Floors set out to determine the metro areas where entrepreneurs had the best chances of turning their business idea into reality.
Two and a half years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the office sector is still experiencing high vacancy rates and declining listing rates. Coworking spaces, on the other hand, are making a comeback after seeing their usage swiftly drop with the onset of the pandemic. As office-using […]
Coworking has been the darling of the office sector in recent years, but in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, physical space needs are shifting as many office buildings sit empty and remote work has become the new norm. During the Officecast series, Mara Hauser, CEO and founder of 25N Coworking, shared […]
“Will coworking survive this economic and social health crisis?” It’s a question that’s been asked in real estate circles since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, as federal, state, and local governments have forced corporate occupiers to adopt emergency work-from-home policies in response to the […]
Before WeWork’s failed IPO, much of the criticism of the coworking and flexible office business model focused on the challenges that coworking operators would likely face in a recession, when clients could easily end short-term memberships to conserve cash. By contrast, since WeWork and other coworking […]
The meteoric rise of the coworking industry has been fueled by its simple value proposition for individuals and small businesses: Coworking spaces provide clients with a one-stop solution for their office needs, dramatically simplifying what would otherwise be a complex process involving the lease of a […]
The coworking phenomenon continues to dominate headlines as this business model captivates companies eager to embrace the shared space concept for their workforce, as well as building owners seeking to satisfy the demands of their tenants. Scott Marshall, global chief client officer, CBRE, kicked off a […]
Vancouver’s natural assets, mountains and surrounding expanses of water, contribute to an exceptional setting and a high-quality of life for its residents. However, these geographic features also limit the amount of land available for development and, combined with a healthy economy, have led to very low […]
Where are capital markets now, and where are we headed next? At CRE.Converge 2018, experts engaged in a candid conversation about what they’re seeing in CRE investment, and shared their insights, strategies and predictions for the market. Moderator James Cassidy, executive managing director with Newmark Knight […]
A tidal wave of tech startups, optimizing every square inch of real estate, data from smart buildings and how to best use artificial intelligence (AI) are all influencing commercial real estate from every angle. Some say the that CRE is no longer a fixed asset, it’s […]
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