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Author:
Michael J. Alter
Posted:
01.14.2022

The Office Comeback

Employees working in-person again expect more from their offices. Instead of humdrum collections of cubicles and watercoolers, workplaces must now be environments that foster health and rejuvenation.

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Author:
Richard M Gatto
Posted:
12.09.2021

The New Un-Virtual Office

Businesses are re-imagining offices—making them hipper, safer, and more convenient than they were before the pandemic.

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Author:
Richard M. Gatto
Posted:
08.10.2018

Advantages of Mid-Rise Office Buildings

Investors and tenants are looking at mid-rise office buildings as the “future of office investment.” But what advantages do mid-rise offices provide investors that high-rise office building do not?

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Author:
Richard M. Gatto
Posted:
02.06.2018

Secondary Markets on the Rise: 2018 CRE Predictions

One of the biggest changes we can expect to see in commercial real estate this year is a not-so-gradual shift of focus from gateway markets to secondary and tertiary markets.

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Author:
admin
Posted:
02.20.17

Bringing Working Generations Together through the Why of Work

The modern office space has changed. In the past, the demands of the vertically integrated corporation required tight coordination in both space and time, what architect, Frank Duffy calls “synchrony” and “co-location.”

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Author:
admin
Posted:
02.20.17

Coworking and Complications With Workplace Conflict

Many businesses are feeling pressure to curb costs by reducing their office footprint. In the year 2000, there was an average of 253 square feet per worker.

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