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100,000 Square Feet of Creative Office Space Available in Anthem Row

  • By Anna Shaffer | April  19,  2018

800 K Street Will Offer Full Floors in Prime Location in the East End   Anthem Row, perhaps DC’s most underutilized stretch of prime real estate, is getting a facelift that is attracting...

Creative Jewel Box to hit DTLA’s Financial District Summer 2018

  • By Matt Anderson | April  17,  2018

What was formerly a historic department store located in Downtown’s Financial District will now be renovated and re-branded into creative office. Originally constructed in 1917 as a Villa de Paris...

NEW TO MARKET: Michigan Ave Sublease

  • By Patrick Brady | April  16,  2018

5,000 square foot ("RSF") Chicago office for sublease With a Michigan Avenue address (332 S. Michigan), the space boasts views of Millennium Park, Grant Park, Buckingham Fountain, Lake Michigan...

Renderings revealed for newest Santa Monica creative office complex

  • By Matt Anderson | April  10,  2018

Renderings for Santa Monica-based Belzberg Architects were recently submitted to the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board for its proposed mixed-used development near the Expo Line’s 17th Street...

New Plug & Play Office Space Sublease – 10,427 RSF Each

  • By Scott Ansel | April  09,  2018

Tech Office Space Sublease at 470 Park Avenue South Located between 31st and 32nd Streets on the West side of the street lies 470 Park Avenue South. The asset was purchased from SL Green for $157...

NEW TO MARKET: Blackboard’s Space Available for Sublease at 1111 19th Street

  • By Jon Glass | April  05,  2018

Up to 58,000 SF of Newly Built-Out Space Available for Long-Term Sublease   Local educational technology giant, Blackboard has just listed its entire space on the market for sublease this...

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Amenity Race: Who is Winning?

  • By Patrick Brady | March  02,  2018

Some time ago we wrote a piece on market amenities. But at that time we didn't expect an actual amenity war between neighborhoods, let alone building owners. It's a race for amenities, and right now...

How to Secure an Office with an “ASAP” Commencement

  • By Patrick Brady | February  15,  2018

"We peeled back the hood of a time sensitive lease negotiation" One of the more common challenges in the tech commercial real estate pursuit is time. In CRE time is considered a best friend in...

Chicago Inno Lists Their 10 Favorite Offices of 2017!

  • By Patrick Brady | December  21,  2017

Chicago Inno published the ten offices in Chicago that they envy most for the 2017 year. And we don't disagree with their list. They toured and tracked Chicago's tech and startup offices throughout...

Thoughts on Workplace Strategy, Workplace and Millennials

  • By Patrick Brady | December  13,  2017

We recently sat down with our friends over at Horn Design to discuss Workplace Strategy and it's impact on the workforce today. We won't attempt to repeat everything we learned but the following was...

Loss Factor in New York City – What is it? Is it Legal? Can you negotiate it?

  • By Lance Leighton | September  14,  2017

The idea of paying for space you do not occupy boggles the minds of many, including real estate industry professionals. One of the most complicated concepts for tenants to understand in office...

Categorizing Building Class in Washington, DC

  • By Jon Glass | July  27,  2017

What are the differences between Trophy, Class A and Class B Buildings in Washington, DC?   Categorizing building class is a fairly subjective and arduous task. Like most things in life,...

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Report Analyzing Online Job Ads Predicts DC and Boston as Most Likely to Land Amazon’s HQ2

  • By Jon Glass | April  20,  2018

The Conference Board - Given the relatively large number of ads for headquarter caliber occupations and the growth rate in those ads, the Washington, DC metro area and Boston seem the most likely...

Renderings revealed for newest Santa Monica creative office complex

  • By Matt Anderson | April  10,  2018

Renderings for Santa Monica-based Belzberg Architects were recently submitted to the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board for its proposed mixed-used development near the Expo Line’s 17th Street...

NEW TO MARKET: Blackboard’s Space Available for Sublease at 1111 19th Street

  • By Jon Glass | April  05,  2018

Up to 58,000 SF of Newly Built-Out Space Available for Long-Term Sublease   Local educational technology giant, Blackboard has just listed its entire space on the market for sublease this...

Ivy Station Officially Goes Vertical

  • By Matt Anderson | March  21,  2018

After a 6-month preparation of digging, developer Lowe Enterprises has officially gone vertical on their new $300 million Expo Line-adjacent Ivy Station development in the heart of downtown Culver...

Update: Cranes emerge as Culver Steps Development is now underway

  • By Matt Anderson | February  26,  2018

Hackman Capital Partners, who also owns the adjacent Culver Studios and new 400,000 SF expansion which will eventually be the new home of Amazon Studios, and several other subsidiaries of the...

How to Secure an Office with an “ASAP” Commencement

  • By Patrick Brady | February  15,  2018

"We peeled back the hood of a time sensitive lease negotiation" One of the more common challenges in the tech commercial real estate pursuit is time. In CRE time is considered a best friend in...

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