19 November 14
07 November 14
CBRE Arranges Two Full-Floor Lease Agreements in North Rockville
CBRE has brokered two new leases totaling 46,671 square feet on behalf of owner LNR at Blackwell 2, a Class A office building located at 9600 Blackwell Road in Rockville, Maryland. Dataprise, Inc. and Shady Grove Fertility will each be leasing a full floor of the building under the new agreements.
04 November 14
New CBRE Research Report Debunks Generational Myths about What Employees Want in the Workplace
Age is less of a factor than widely thought when it comes to workplace preferences in the U.S., according to a new workplace strategy report by CBRE Group, Inc., Designing the office of the future? Don’t plan it around (what you think you know about) U.S. millennials
. The study, based on aggregated CBRE Workplace Strategy surveys from more than 5,500 office workers across numerous industries, found that while current assumptions about millennials are driving the design of many workplaces today, there is actually little difference in workplace preferences between millennials, Generation Xers and baby boomers.
31 October 14
CBRE Represents Dweck Properties, LTD. in Lease Renewal of Latham & Watkins
Global law firm Latham & Watkins, LLP has signed a 15-year lease renewal for 238,000 square feet at Lincoln Square, 555 11th Street NW, a Trophy asset spanning the length of the entire block between E and F Streets, in the heart of Washington’s East End. CBRE’s Randy Harrell and Scott Frankel represented Dweck Properties, Ltd. in the transaction.
20 October 14
CBRE Releases 8th Annual Nonprofit Benchmarking Survey
Nonprofits are adopting new approaches toward more efficient operations, including tightened square-footage-per-person metrics and wider conversations around workplace solutions, according to the eighth annual Nonprofit Real Estate Benchmarking Survey released by the CBRE Nonprofit Practice Group. The survey included responses from organizations spanning 26 states plus the District of Columbia. Washington, DC joined New York City and Chicago for the highest numbers of responses, which reveal insight into how nonprofits utilize and manage real estate, evaluate occupancy issues, and plan for the future.