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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...

Office market could cut 145M sq ft over next two years

The office market looks a lot different than it did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, between more employees working from home and staff layoffs....

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...

Is NOW the right time to convert more retail to office space?

A recent New York Times report acknowledged that commercial real estate developers and investors are looking to convert properties vacated during the COVID-19 pandemic...

Landlords’ rent concessions are only a temporary fix

Flexibility and adaptability have been key traits for just about every business or industry that’s survived during the COVID-19 pandemic. Commercial real estate owners...

WeWork Acquires Smartphone Building Access Control Startup Waltz

  WeWork customers will now literally be able to waltz into their office buildings using their smartphone. The coworking giant announced plans to acquire New...

Convene, Industrious Meet The Demand For Flex Office Space in a Major Way

When industry trends change, the companies that can get and stay ahead of the curve tend to be the ones that garner the most...

COLLABORATION OPPURTUNITIES ANOTHER KEY FACTOR IN CO-WORKING INDUSTRY BOOM

There appears to be no stopping the steady momentum that the co-working office space has built since its early days of being an affordable,...

Convene enters shared office space market, challenges WeWork

Real estate technology firm Convene is planning to get into shared office company WeWork’s space and start to provide short-term office space to some...

Four Reasons Why Co-Working Spaces Are On The Rise

There are some things that won’t change when it comes to the working world, like the fact that people will always need a place...
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Tishman Speyer creates $300M SPAC for Proptech investments

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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...