The economy continues to grow as strong business fundamentals drive commercial real estate across the country. Just as companies fervently battle to attract much-needed talent, cities are engaged in their own battles to draw and retain companies.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Location Lens is a dynamic way to compare 25 of the largest... Read more »
Source: Washington DC – Cushman & Wakefield Blog | Published: August 9, 2018 - 8:27 pm
Cushman & Wakefield’s Ben Comm, Senior Managing Director of Asset Services, recently received the Sidney Glassman Award from the Apartment & Office Building Association of Washington, DC. This prestigious award recognizes senior management commercial real estate professionals for their outstanding leadership and exemplary work in areas of education, training, management,... Read more »
Source: Washington DC – Cushman & Wakefield Blog | Published: February 16, 2018 - 7:18 pm
by Jon Olmstead, Executive Managing Director, Non-Profit & Association Practice Group Co-Head
The new administration’s impact on Washington, DC region real estate has been evident over the past year, when industries began making changes in reaction to predictions of major legislative shifts. Several sectors, such as hospitality, telecommunications, and most notably... Read more »
Source: Washington DC – Cushman & Wakefield Blog | Published: February 14, 2018 - 9:22 pm
On Saturday, November 11th, Cushman & Wakefield held its 16th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Thanksgiving event, which provided ingredients for an entire Thanksgiving meal to 50 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington families. The families participated in games, activities, and a complimentary lunch sponsored by... Read more »
Source: Washington DC – Cushman & Wakefield Blog | Published: November 17, 2017 - 8:57 pm
After years of anticipation and negotiations, construction on Maryland’s Purple Line light rail project is officially underway. The delivery of the Line is meant to provide commuters with a more direct connection between two of Metropolitan DC’s most populous areas, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
Public transportation has been notably lacking... Read more »
Source: Washington DC – Cushman & Wakefield Blog | Published: October 6, 2017 - 8:34 pm