1st June, 2012 - Posted by Jeffrey S. Weil, MCR.h, SIOR - No Comments
and how the carpet vendors, furniture dealers and other folks aren’t necessarily making a killing off the millions of square feet of tech space that has been leased. This is due to the nature of the new user, who prefers concrete versus carpeting, who instead of spending the traditional $10,000 per employee on furniture makes do with spending just $3,000 … the new workforce in San Francisco likes to bring their bicycles and pet hamsters and dogs to work which makes for a very lively work environment. The ratio of men to women in these companies is reportedly 30 or 40 to 1 (and if I were a single woman … ) which means the restroom capacity is usually out of whack.
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Posted on: June 1, 2012