Buildings with green labels are nothing new. But, a building that “cares” about your health and well-being and engages you to make healthy choices in your own space — now that’s something new.
- By Liz Wolf
- September 13, 2016
- By Erik Dolan-Del Vecchio
- September 12, 2016
From the cubicle to open offices to coworking, offices are changing—and the outdoor office is one of the next frontiers.
- By Billy Fink
- September 8, 2016
CBRE is known for having cool offices. Just look at its Workplace360 initiative, which transformed cubicled offices into collaboration perfection.
- By Ian Ritter
- August 31, 2016
Beauty salons and barber shops don’t usually come to mind when people think about experiential retail. But, these tonsorial establishments are some of the best locations for people to socialize and have a refreshing break from daily life. They are about as experiential as it gets.
- By Amanda Marsh
- August 29, 2016
As building owners and tenants become more aware of the benefits of sustainability, many are opting to sign green leases, either during the leasing process or as an addendum to an existing lease. The goal is to help both parties save money by reducing operating costs and reach building efficiency goals. According to a 2015 study by the Institute for Market Transformation, green leases have the potential to save the U.S. office market $3.3 billion annually and cut energy consumption by up to 22% in leased buildings. Sounds pretty compelling.
- By Amanda Marsh
- August 26, 2016
With National Dog Day upon us August 26, we take a look at some ways Rover is being celebrated across three commercial real estate sectors.
- By Katie Paxton Christ
- August 23, 2016
We live in a world surrounded by gorgeous buildings. Some of us wander around the city holding smartphones high, snapping photos. Unfortunately, the rest of us march on holding smartphones low, rapidly responding to emails.
- By Jesse Tron
- August 22, 2016
A press release on Amazon’s website about its physical bookstore states:
- By Shayla Mars
- August 18, 2016
While San Francisco may be known for having some pretty cool offices, NYC isn't exactly lacking. The two coastal metropolises have a variety of creative and impressive offices to attract talent with the same qualities.