12Mar
The New Office Rewards Quality Over Value
News

By William H. Catlin Commercial landlords consumed the past 10 years trying to accommodate a moving target, under the budgetary guise of “maximizing heads per square foot.” The open floor plan has been tried and tested in multiple formats – from coworking solutions to headquarter locations. Architects, landlords, and tenants alike have learned from trying […]

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10Mar
Millennials and Gen Z Still Value Traditional Office Space
New Developments

Commercial landlords swept up in coworking and open office trends have not lost sight on the importance of physical office space in accommodating the Millennial and Gen-Z consumer. By Mariah Brown  | GlobeSt | March 10, 2020 Commercial landlords swept up in coworking and open office trends have not lost sight on the importance of […]

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06Mar
Boston Tech Firms Are Laying Off Hundreds. Will The Office Market Feel It?
News

By Cameron Sperance | Bisnow | March 5, 2020 A string of recent layoffs in Boston was bad news for the city’s typically robust tech sector. But analysts say the furloughs have more to do with normal business operations than signs of a tech pullback from Beantown. Cambridge-based Akamai Technologies cut around 75 jobs in early February. Wayfair laid off […]

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