Tags: Office

What the office sector needs to learn from hotels, retail and — wait, what airports and the car industry?

What the office sector needs to learn from hotels, retail and — wait, what airports and the car industry?

To be at the forefront of the office real estate sector, don’t spend too much time thinking about offices. At Bisnow’s London State of Office event on 12 September, more than 250 delegates heard from a variety of experts who advised that to remain relevant, office owners and developers need to look to a variety… READ MORE

Millennials are so last year: commercial real estate developers build with Gen Z in mind

Millennials are so last year: commercial real estate developers build with Gen Z in mind

Apartment rental ad of the future: one-bedroom, one-bath available. Materials sustainably sourced and eco-friendly. Construction workers were treated humanely while on job site. Welcome to Generation Z’s influence on commercial real estate. Multifamily and co-working locations will be earth-friendly. Increased food delivery demands will require larger commercial kitchens. Retail spots will become a place to do… READ MORE

Cannabis, coworking, and the marijuana-industry land rush

Cannabis, coworking, and the marijuana-industry land rush

Legal weed could be a $75 billion business by 2030 In Los Angeles, a pair of soon-to-open coworking spaces will offer a twist on the formula popularized by behemoth WeWork and The Wing in New York City. Though they boast whiteboards and shared workspace, host regularly scheduled meet-ups and speaking events, and even offer access to advisers and investment capital, these… READ MORE

New Tech Offices In The Bay Area May Not Come With Free Lunches

New Tech Offices In The Bay Area May Not Come With Free Lunches

The age of free lunches for tech employees may be coming to a close in parts of the Bay Area. San Francisco Supervisors Ahsha Safaí and Aaron Peskin have proposed a ban on cafeterias in new office buildings, San Francisco Chronicle reports. Local retailers and restaurant owners have complained that the influx of new tech… READ MORE

Will Warriors be allowed to bring the noise (and light) to Chase Center?

Will Warriors be allowed to bring the noise (and light) to Chase Center?

Golden State Warriors fans bring the noise to every game at “Roaracle Arena,” but the franchise is trying to prove that it’s not tone deaf to potential sound problems or blind to lighting concerns around its new San Francisco home. GSW Arena LLC, the Warrior’s affiliate that owns and will operate the area-office-retail development in… READ MORE

Bay Area’s Housing Crisis Could Chase Facebook, Others Away

Bay Area’s Housing Crisis Could Chase Facebook, Others Away

High housing costs in Silicon Valley have at least one major tech company threatening to move elsewhere. Facebook Vice President of Communications and Policy Officer Elliot Schrage told investors during the company’s annual shareholders meeting that Bay Area housing costs need to be addressed if tech firms, such as Facebook, want to remain in Silicon Valley, Realty… READ MORE

The Subtle Sexism Of Your Open Plan Office

The Subtle Sexism Of Your Open Plan Office

A remarkable new study documents the experiences of women in an open office designed by men. There are many reasons to hate open offices: They’re loud, prone to thieves, and, most of all, lack any kind of privacy. But a new research paper reveals yet another knock against them: They’re subtly sexist. Researchers Alison Hirst of Anglia Ruskin University and Christina Schwabenland… READ MORE

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

San Francisco Giants move forward with massive redevelopment of AT&T Park In the works for over a decade, the official development agreement and approvals necessary for the San Francisco Giants to move forward with their massive (yes, massive) redevelopment of A&T Park’s Parking Lot A into “Mission Rock,” the plans for which include over 1.4… READ MORE

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