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Employees’ wants

Employees increasingly want a voice in how their work environment is designed. No longer a top-down, one size fits all dictated by the C-Suite, workers want a say in whether they sit at benches, workstations, have small private pods or mini-offices, couch seating for informal meetings, etc.

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Baby Boomers, Millennials, and Generation Z

The HR department not only has to deal with the significant differences Baby Boomers (who are working in later years far more than their predecessors) vs. the Millennials or the up and coming Generation Z. Kids coming out of college today never knew a world without smartphones or the Internet, expect immediate answers at Google…

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A higher job growth rate in the East Bay

The East Bay is expected to see a higher job growth rate in 2017 as compared to San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara County, according to Beacon Economics, due to the cost and shortage of housing in the other two counties as well as a lack of skilled labor. (Bay Area News Group, July…

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Campsyte’s outdoor coworking space

It might not work in Phoenix during July or August when it’s 115 degrees, or in Minnesota in January, but in San Francisco Campsyte has launched its’ outdoor coworking space concept, turning underutilized parking lots into shared workstations, with printing, Wi-Fi, free  coffee and beer on tap, and for private meetings there are vintage trailers.…

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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | AUGUST 1, 2017

The one word to describe the San Francisco Bay Area commercial real estate market, encompassing office, multifamily and investments is “unbelievable”! Major office and apartment buildings are trading at record prices, office leasing is still robust although we have a lot of supply coming on-stream in San Francisco, and the big tech companies continue to…

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