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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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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | OCTOBER 1, 2016

San Francisco currently has an office vacancy of 6.5%, 2 million feet for sublease, and 5 million square feet of tenants looking for space. The office vacancy in San Mateo County is 6.8%. In the East Bay, the vacancy rate ranges from 7.5% in Oakland to 11% along the I-680 Corridor and the Tri-Valley region.…

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Speech at Leadership Contra Costa 2016 Graduation Ceremonies

Speech was given on May 12, 2016 at Leadership Contra Costa 2016 Graduation Ceremonies, Walnut Creek by Jeffrey S. Weil, Executive Vice President, Colliers International. Linda, Marcie, Jay and especially all of the 2016 Leadership Contra Costa graduating class, thank you for inviting me to speak a few words to you today. As John Quincy…

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effect of different amenities on different floors

Blaire Kruger, the Facilities Project Manager at Square in San Francisco, commented at a recent conference that if you provide different amenities on different floors, it will encourage collaboration and intermingling. Have the coffee bar on one floor and lunch bar on another. Balance quiet space areas with open space.    

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importance of levity, creativity and fun

Lani Rovzar, Lyft’s Chief of Staff, commented at a recent conference on the importance of levity, creativity and fun in different workspace areas. Heads down areas, open areas, as well as collaborative white board areas.

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