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About 25 percent of employees had returned to work as of Nov. 18 (Getty; iStock)
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Offices remain empty, and big cities are feeling the crunch

Companies’ hopes of bringing workers back to offices have been dashed as confirmed Covid-19 cases spike throughout the U.S....

Offices remain empty, and big cities are feeling the crunch
CBRE CEO Robert Sulentic (iStock)
National

CBRE lowers SPAC IPO valuation target to $350M

CBRE Acquisition Holdings, a blank-check company formed by CBRE Group, has lowered the target deal size for its upcoming...

CBRE lowers SPAC IPO valuation target to $350M
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National Insights

What doom-and-gloom forecasts miss about the office market

The short-term dive in office demand is not likely to continue far into the 2020s, according to a recent...

What doom-and-gloom forecasts miss about the office market
Ares Management CEO Michael Arougheti (Getty)
National

Ares, Regis gather $1B to join ground lease race

Safehold now has competition. Global alternative investment manager Ares Management and Regis Group, a London-based global investor and operator,...

Ares, Regis gather $1B to join ground lease race
WeWork CEO Sandeep Mathrani (Getty)
National

WeWork losses continue but firm sees glimmer of hope

WeWork is still losing money, but the flex-office provider is hoping big changes in the office market will favor...

WeWork losses continue but firm sees glimmer of hope
Knotel CEO Amol Sarva (iStock)
National

Knotel may slash its global portfolio by 60%

Knotel once hoped to be the next WeWork. And as the pandemic rages on, it’s facing similar headwinds as...

Knotel may slash its global portfolio by 60%
Clockwise from top left: Boston Properties' Owen Thomas; Empire Real Estate Trust's Tony Malkin; Equity Commonwealth's David Helfand; Columbia Property Trust's Nelson Mills; SL Green's Marc Holliday; Vornado Realty Trust's Steve Roth; and Brookfield's Brian Kingston (Getty)
National

Office unease: Tenants are paying up but staying away

A pattern has emerged among office landlords reporting their third quarter results: The vast majority of tenants kept up...

Office unease: Tenants are paying up but staying away
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