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Are Corporate HQ’s Dead?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses across the U.S. to implement work from home (WFH) policies that have been in place for almost...

New innovations could help CRE owners create virus-free buildings

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses that typically work onsite to switch to a remote work model, leaving commercial real estate owners to...

IoT venture market eyes comeback amid pandemic-caused difficulties

Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become a critical part of the commercial real estate ecosystem. Automatic lights, locks and thermostat controls are just...
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In a Post Pandemic World CRE Needs Greater Connectivity

In this episode of Connected with Laurie, Laurie Caruso interviews Brian Higgins, CEO of Aditum. Join a conversation with Brian Higgins and Laurie Caruso...

WFH, in-office work will likely complement each other post-COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses across the United States to adopt a remote work model, which led a lot of executives to consider implementing...

U.S. offices remain half empty as lockdown hits six months

It’s been six months since the COVID-19 pandemic forced offices to shut down and many of them are still quiet, according to The Wall...

Twitter looks to sublease 100,000 SF of San Fran HQ

Twitter recently instituted a permanent work from home policy because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but doesn’t mean it wants to see its headquarters go...

Facebook acquires new REI headquarters

Facebook will purchase Recreational Equipment, Inc.’s (REI) recently constructed headquarters in Seattle, according to The Wall Street Journal and other news outlets. The outdoor...

Cushman, Industrious team up to launch property management venture

Real Estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and flexible office space provider Industrious announced a new partnership this week. The companies’ new service, Integrated Building...

The office space revolution isn’t near—it’s here

Some of the projected changes to traditional office space environment, flexibility in terms of remote work, varying floor plan layouts, etc. have arrived sooner...
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Virtual Shows move into the modern era at Connected Virtual Tech Event

This week’s Connected Virtual Tech Event has shown the way for the future of virtual shows by using an innovative new platform called Purple...

Tishman Speyer creates $300M SPAC for Proptech investments

Tishman Speyer, one of the largest commercial real estate landlords in the United States with a 78 million square feet portfolio, recently created a...

Corporate CRE tenants look to sublease unused office space

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced industries across the U.S. to be creative and flexible in how they generate or save money for the past...

Private companies deploy their own 5G networks

Major wireless carriers in the U.S. have been hard at work to deploy a nationwide 5G wireless network, but there will be a key...

More malls file for bankruptcy amid COVID-19 pandemic

The rapid clip at which mall landlords are seeking bankruptcy protection during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as beforehand, could mean things are getting...

Parking Lot Tech? REEF turns Lots into Neighborhood Hubs

REEF Technology secures $700M investment to remaking parking lots SoftBank and Mubadala Corp. recently put their continued faith in the commercial real estate industry on...

U.S. House passes $750M Open RAN 5G bill

The U.S. House passed three telecommunications-related bills this week, including The Utilizing Strategic Allied (USA) Telecommunications Act of 2020. The bill, which passed unanimously,...

Enable Timely 5G Network Deployments Utilizing Mid-Band Spectrum

The role of new licensed, unlicensed, and shared mid-band spectrum (2-6 GHz) is vital in continuing the widespread adoption of 5G networks. The FCC...