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Is Remote Work the “Netflix” for office buildings?

Jim Kramer on CNBC Squawk Box recently rhetorically asked: will this mandated “work from home” be the Netfix for office buildings as Netflix was for movie theatres?  I don’t think the analogy fits.  Pre-COVID 19, tenants were laser-focused on collaborative … Continue reading

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What’s Next for Co-Working After the WeWork Debacle?

Fueled by the dangerous accelerant of “Other People’s Money”, WeWork expanded rapidly across the country and worldwide.  At the beginning of the year, the company was “valued” at $47 Billion making it the most valuable startup in the country.  Reality … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Your Landlord Push You Around with Their “Relocation Right”

With strong office markets in many parts of the country, landlords are becoming rather bullish.  In that spirit, they are looking to maximize leasing flexibility in accommodating new and growing tenants.  One leasing flexibility tool that landlords have in their … Continue reading

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