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While property managers and city officials beat the drum for getting people back in offices and commercial business districts, occupancy numbers still lag—significantly in some cases—pre-COVID-19 levels.
9/15/2022 • John Salustri
When it comes to addressing concerns about health and wellness—and how they impact tenant comfort and satisfaction—the industrial real estate sector is about 10 years behind its office sector counterpart.
9/1/2022 • John Salustri
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, especially when it comes to a building’s envelope. By catching a problem early, property professionals can take corrective action, avoid extensive repairs and extend the life of their exterior building
4/28/2022 • Nick Fortuna
The abrupt changes in the way we work as a result of COVID-19 have already considerably impacted commercial real estate, and they will only continue to do so throughout budget season.
BOMA International has published a new guidance document addressing considerations for commercial building re-entry efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Logistics real estate used to be back of mind. Warehouses and distribution centers were planted in remote locations, where costs for land, labor and taxes were low. Today, thanks to e-commerce and rising service level expectations, shortening time an
A commercial roof may be hiding opportunities to improve tenant experience, reduce maintenance and operational costs or generate revenue. Consider the possibilities: between gardens, terraces, solar panels and green landscapes, rooftops are much more