Blog 2017-08-01T13:59:32+00:00

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  • Blockchain and the Future of CRE
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    Cryptocurrencies and their underlying blockchain technology are widely touted as the next technology advancement with potential to disrupt commercial real estate markets. But is it another over-hyped technology? Blockchain is often conflated with the cryptocurrency bitcoin, leading to the view that blockchain is primarily a “database for money,” relevant to… Read more »
  • How Real Estate Can Impact a Nonprofit’s Mission
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    There is a striking philosophical difference between nonprofits and traditional office users: nonprofits are at their core mission-based. They exist to address a particular unmet and under-served need or to empower and organize a disparate group of people. They also typically operate with tight margins, limited budgets, and the unforgettable… Read more »
  • Workplace 2025
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    The workplace has traditionally adapted to the purpose of providing work environments for the business, and optimizing costs while delivering efficiency and effective work environments. This adaption is shifting rapidly moving into 2025.  Here’s a brief analysis of the changing workplace. Cushman & Wakefield’s Strategic Consulting practice identifies three major… Read more »
  • Associations and Workplace Security
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    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, each year two million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. In 2015, 417 people were fatally injured in work-related attacks. That’s about 16% of the 4,821 workplace deaths that year. It is understandable that certain occupations are inherently dangerous.… Read more »
  • The Future of Northern Virginia for Occupiers
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    The Northern Virginia office market (NoVA) has come back from largely stagnant conditions over the last decade, and is slowing shifting back to landlord-favorable conditions. This is indicated by falling vacancy, a lack of quality large existing blocks of space and rising rents in select submarkets. Over the course of… Read more »
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