The survey, based on more than 500 responses, found that companies using flex space felt agility was the greatest value, allowing them to assign employees to a space on short notice.
Mid-rise office assets provide an increasingly cost-effective option for investors and tenants in urban core areas.
The Canadian firm has signed a letter of intent with developer United Properties for up to 370,000 sq. ft. of space.
What’s reducing relative demand on New York City’s isle of skyscrapers, long the U.S. office market by which all others have been judged?
As a percentage of rentable area under construction, speculative office development this year is at the highest percentage CoStar has seen over 13 years.
In an app-driven world of health, education and pampering, rival landlords battle to woo corporate tenants by appealing to their employees.
The country -- and the world -- can have only so many technology clusters.