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In choosing commercial space, location still reigns as the prime consideration, but increasingly the facility’s connectivity is very high on the list as well. For tenants like tech startups in particular, having a connected workplace is paramount.
Coldwell Banker Commercial Mountain West Real Estate has been named Best Commercial Real Estate Agency by The Statesman Journal 2016 Best of the Mid-Valley People’s Choice Award!
Read the official press release announcing the 2015 year-end award recipients in numerous company, office, and affiliated professonals categories
As the landscape seems to shift beneath the feet of retail, developers are finding innovative ways to bring consumers and retail together. An idea that is gathering momentum in many cities is what’s known as Transit-Oriented Development.
Fred Schmidt, President & COO of Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates, offers his thoughts on the integration of online and physical retail in the latest issue of Shopping Centers Today. The article, titled “Taming the Internet” by Joel Groover (page 174), references Coldwell Banker Commercial’s survey data on shifting consumer expectations.
Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates announced that Fisher & Associates, LLC in Overland Park, Kansas has joined the Coldwell Banker Commercial franchise system and will now operate as Coldwell Banker Commercial Fisher & Associates.
Each year, the CoStar Power Broker Awards are presented to firms and individuals who closed the highest transaction value in commercial property sales and leases in their respective markets. We’ve rounded up the list of CBC professionals and companies who achieved these prestigious awards. Congrats to all!
More and more professional services firms are focusing on the needs of their employees rather than on what executives want when it come to the workplace. This is a useful strategy for attracting and retaining top talent, and it’s changing the way that those firms choose office space.
Coworking has really just been around for about a decade, and it’s already cutting its hair and putting on a tie. The practice was born in the start-up culture, favored by entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent innovators. In recent years, co-working has matured, and is now an option that’s appealing to more structured corporate organizations as well.
“Millennials” may rank as one of the most-used words in the English language in recent months, but it’s for good reason. This generation, born roughly between 1980 and 2000, make up more than one-third of the U.S. population, making them easily the country’s largest demographic.