There is a striking philosophical difference between nonprofits and traditional office users: nonprofits are at their core mission-based. They exist to address a particular unmet and underserved need or to empower and organize a disparate group of people. They also
Last week, the Rotary Club of Atlanta held its 21st Annual Interfaith Business Prayer Breakfast. John O’Neill, Cushman & Wakefield Managing Principal and President of the Rotary Club of Atlanta, welcomed more than 1,000 guests to the event, and
Cushman & Wakefield recently released Tech Cities 2.0 an annual report that identifies existing and emerging tech centers increasingly driving the North American economy and details their impact on the commercial real estate sector.
A follow-up from last year’s
In part three of our #cwWomenAtWork blog series honoring our Real Estate Forum Women of Influence, we talk with Carolyn Sidor, a first-time honoree and seasoned commercial real estate professional who leads our New England offices.
Carolyn Sidor has seen the
By Jason West
In response to advancements in technology and the growth of eCommerce, warehouses have evolved over the years, with upgraded docks, wider column spacing, higher ceilings, and better truck flow. In fact, developers are consistently pushing the