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 under-served need or to empower and organize a disparate group of people. They
The workplace has traditionally adapted to the purpose of providing work environments for the business, and optimizing costs while delivering efficiency and effective work environments. This adaption is shifting rapidly moving into 2025. Here’s a brief analysis of the
By Timothy Griffin
The Boston commercial real estate market remains active and one of the key drivers is clearly the continued growth of tech companies in the region.
Verizon’s highly publicized deal near North Station is one example. However, innovative
The Northern Virginia office market (NoVA) has come back from largely stagnant conditions over the last decade, and is slowing shifting back to landlord-favorable conditions. This is indicated by falling vacancy, a
The past two years have been marked by noticeable uncertainty. There has been unusual political and economic uncertainty from China to the United Kingdom to the United States. Many more questions have been raised than answered by the ongoing