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Seamless Asset Onboarding Calls for a Dedicated Transition Team

Diane McKinney, Jason Moersch and Karen Reenan For asset owners, transitioning a building to outsourced management or from one third-party provider to another can seem like a formidable endeavor. Before putting their property, systems and people in the hands of a new management company, owners want to feel confident in the provider’s ability to negotiate the transition without…
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A Complex Formula

Capital, Construction & Other Considerations for Life Sciences Real Estate by Peter ConteSenior Vice President, Laboratory + Life Sciences Venture capital flowing into the life sciences sector has slowed in 2022 from its blistering pace in 2021, according to…
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A New Lease on Water

Pressure Mounts for Greater Efficiency by Neal Perkey, General Manager, Asset Services, Los Angeles In May, the California Water Resources Control Board passed a measure requiring agencies to implement contingency plans for up to a 20% shortage in…
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Our Recipe for the Office Sector

Flexibility, Innovation (and a Bit of Patience) by Andrew Matheny, Dallas Research Manager For many months the national narrative has not been kind to the office sector. Images of empty urban districts and rosy assessments of remote work have made it challenging for…
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ESG: The Foundation for Growth

Steve HardingChief Financial OfficerTranswestern It’s a curious phenomenon that when you put a name to something, it garners more attention. Initiatives rooted in corporate social responsibility have been underway for decades, yet the term ESG and its associated…
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The Built Environment Gets Back to Its Roots

by Josh Richards,Director of Sustainability For years, tenants have clamored for the new/now/next in office design. Collaborative space, relaxation stations, fitness centers, high-end kitchens, lounges and wine bars are just some of the features that drove tenants to…
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Not Afraid to Look Ahead

Brian Banaszynski Regional Partner, Northeast Transwestern Development Company More than three decades ago, the film Field of Dreams taught us something about passion. The catchphrase “if you build it, they will come” is one of the most quoted movie lines of all…
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Common Pitfalls to Avoid Before Entering a Sublease

By David Klein and Jerry Milenbach It seems like all we hear lately is another company listing some or all of its office real estate for sublease, adding to the glut of space already on the market. Unfortunately, no region is immune to the realities of how working from…