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Growing Your Company with 4 Critical Ideas (Part II)

Last week, we discussed location requirements and questions when growing your company. Choosing a location is dependent on your company culture, who your employees are, in addition to who your clients are. It is also determined by where they live, and what they like to do. Once you’ve narrowed down your location, what’s next? Any …

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Millennials and Gen-Z: Office Design that can Meet them in the Middle

The Multigenerational Workplace Challenge Millennials and Gen-X run most of today’s businesses. Now, these generational powerhouses are joined by Gen-Z, the youngest members of the workforce. Millennials and Gen-Z have some similar ideals and visions for the future. However, they have very different expectations when it comes to their workplace design. As technology advances at …

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Commercial Real Estate Building Classifications Part II

Building Classifications Part II: Explained BOMA’s CRE Building Classifications BOMA’s metropolitan base lists three Commercial Real Estate Building Classifications. In order to compare properties across international markets, landlords and property investors typically use a separate international base. However, the metropolitan base is used within a single office market. It is what our clients, strictly tenants, …

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Millennial employees in the Workplace

The Millennial and Gen Z Workplace Shift

Insights from a Millennial Professional Ready or not, the workforce is becoming more millennial. As of 2016, millennials make up the largest percentage of employees in the United States. Within the next 5 years, they are expected to make up 75% of the total working population. In addition, millennials are more educated and diverse than …

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Commercial Real Estate Building Classification Part I

CRE Building Classification Standards When looking for new locations, tenants may come across buildings touted as “Class A”. Landlords also advertise properties as having “Class A finishes.” To an inexperienced buyer or renter, the meaning of this class distinction is a mystery. “Class A” sounds like a good grade. It’s better than a “Class D” …

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