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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | DECEMBER 1, 2017

The San Francisco office market continues to sizzle, with recent announcements of Dropbox signing a reportedly 15-year lease for 736,000 square feet of office space and Facebook leasing 432,000 square feet. Meanwhile, we have more than 1 million of vacant Walnut Creek office space, 700,000 square feet vacant in Concord and another 1 million feet…

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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | APRIL 1, 2017

Like many of you, I do not know a single person looking for a job. My friends, who get downsized or merged out of positions, seem to bounce right back into another great employment opportunity. Here in the Bay Area, one big complaint is how long the commute can be. For many of my friends…

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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | DECEMBER 1, 2016

The Millennials are coming on strong, and they want flexibility, freedom and fun; mobile devices rule, texting may be preferred to a phone call, collaboration, work hard, play hard, and who cares about having a workstation let alone a private office. Yet, office space is here to stay, in one form or another, as the…

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Designing for Millennials: Trends in Law Firm Office Space

Jeffrey S. Weil, August 01, 2015 The legal industry is continuing to seek answers to a multitude of key questions, confronting how law firms house and run their practices: Reducing per attorney overhead through office space reduction; fostering collaboration and teamwork while still providing sufficient private space for focus work; dealing with the baby-boomer senior…

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