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Cushman & Wakefield’s Brett White

Cushman & Wakefield reports $101M quarterly loss

Cushman & Wakefield reported a net loss of $100.8 million in the second quarter, down from a $6.3 million...

Cushman & Wakefield reports $101M quarterly loss
With many tech companies open to long-term remote work for their employees, questions are being asked about how that will impact the office and residential markets in hubs of tech talent. (iStock)

TRD Insights: What #WFH could mean for office and resi costs in tech hubs

The technology industry accounted for over a fifth of major leasing activity nationwide in 2019, making it the biggest...

TRD Insights: What #WFH could mean for office and resi costs in tech hubs
From left: 799 Broadway, Columbia Property Trust CEO Nelson Mills and 149 Madison Avenue (Image by 799 Broadway; Mills and 149 Madison Avenue via Columbia Property Trust)

Columbia Property Trust sees leasing, revenue rise while buildings just 5% full

Looking at the latest quarterly financials from Columbia Property Trust, you might forget that we’re in the middle of...

Columbia Property Trust sees leasing, revenue rise while buildings just 5% full
Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Google’s work from home plans could have a big impact on office markets in major U.S. cities (Getty, Pixabay)

TRD Insights: Google isn’t coming back to the office until at least next summer. Here’s all the space at stake

In December 2018, Google CFO Ruth Porat announced plans for the search giant’s new 1.7 million-square-foot campus in Manhattan’s Hudson Square, a move that...

TRD Insights: Google isn’t coming back to the office until at least next summer. Here’s all the space at stake
Density CEO Andrew Farah (Density, iStock)

Density, a tracker of building users, raises $51M

Density, a startup that anonymously tracks how people move through buildings, has raised $51 million from heavy-hitting investors in...

Density, a tracker of building users, raises $51M
An analysis found that more than 25 large companies across different sectors are planning to downsize their office footprint (iStock)

Office landlords, beware: More of corporate America is looking to reduce space

It’s not just tech firms. Corporate America is looking to trim office space as companies shift to remote work...

Office landlords, beware: More of corporate America is looking to reduce space
A survey by professional services firm Accenture found that about 61% of bank executives don’t expect to call all employees back to the office, and more than 40% of those surveyed are also planning to reduce their real estate footprints accordingly. (iStock)

40% of bank execs plan to reduce real estate footprint: survey

While banks have begun the slow, careful process of returning employees to the office, most executives aren’t expecting everyone...

40% of bank execs plan to reduce real estate footprint: survey
Foreign firms are vacating Hong Kong offices like never before

Foreign firms are vacating Hong Kong offices like never before

Foreign companies are vacating Hong Kong offices at a blistering pace. Multinational companies vacated 61 percent of the 577,000...

Foreign firms are vacating Hong Kong offices like never before
Marcus & Millichap CEO Hessam Nadji

Marcus & Millichap CEO predicts “exodus” from cities to last two years

New York City is reopening, but Marcus & Millichap’s CEO is not predicting a return to form anytime soon....

Marcus & Millichap CEO predicts “exodus” from cities to last two years
A photo illustration of Quora CEO Adam D'Angelo from a scene in the film The Matrix 

“Our HQ will be in the cloud”: What if remote-first work is an opportunity, not a compromise?

 When it comes to the future of remote work, everyone and their landlord has weighed in. Owners of prime office buildings have dismissed remote...

“Our HQ will be in the cloud”: What if remote-first work is an opportunity, not a compromise?
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