The Phoenix office was swarming with young, eager faces. No we didn’t hire a bunch of recruits post Arizona State University and University of Arizona graduation; we got interns! Breathing new life into the Cushman & Wakefield internship program, the
By Kevin Thorpe, Global Chief Economist
The world will deliver 700 million square feet new office space between now and year-end 2019. That is equivalent to five good-sized cities worth of office inventory (think Washington D.C., Dallas, London, Singapore
By Richard Pickering, Head of Futures Strategy
Counting chickens We stand on the edge of yet another difficult to call vote – one that wasn’t needed, and one about which there shouldn’t have been any doubt. Nevertheless, here we
By Kevin Thorpe, Chief Economist, Americas
The U.S. industrial sector posted its 24th consecutive quarter of positive net occupancy gains during the first quarter of 2016, placing the current expansion among the longest on record. A total of 57.8
By Tim Geoghegan, Director
A wooden skyscraper in Chicago? Did someone forget 1871 and the Great Fire?
A 10-story timber structure near New York City’s High Line?
Architects at Perkins + Will have proposed an imaginative 80-story structure for the