Tag Archives: Boston workplace

Rethinking live, work, play

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Over the past 10 years, the demographic and economic makeup of the U.S. has changed quite a bit. Of note has been the influx of highly educated talent into the workforce. Interestingly, although this talent is clustering in major cities, they are working in the suburbs. According to our recent Ambitious Thinking: Smart Cities report, reverse commuting is actually up 11.6% over 2011 levels. In fact, more than 4.8 million people… Read More

Gain “insite” and bring your workplace vision to life

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From Cornelia Szustka
Project Manager, Project & Development Services

The prospect of looking for a new office space can be daunting. Questions can quickly begin to pile up as you ask yourself: How much space do I need? Where should it be located? What should it look like? How do I know if everyone is going to fit? To stand out among competitors, you… Read More

Workplace continues to evolve in Boston

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From Tom O’Connor
Senior Vice President, Project & Development Services

Backed by a stable economy and strong access to talent, Boston’s presence on the global stage doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. As office demand remains strong in the market, workplace trends are reflecting the changing perception of what an office should look like. With 2.32 m.s.f. of new office space under… Read More

A crowded market and new competition creating challenges for law firms

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From Ben Heller
Managing Director, Downtown Boston Brokerage

With the market favoring landlords now and into the future, law firms across Greater Boston are being faced with new challenges relative to their office space that will take both creative and strategic solutions to solve.

Over the next several years, an unusually large number of firms will be entering the market looking for new space. With… Read More