by Lydia Snowden
. . . . . .the commercial real estate (CRE) sector considers itself to be relatively less at risk from a potential cyberattack. This is because CRE firms typically maintain relatively less consumer personally identifiable information (PII) and valuable intellectual property (IP) directly on their own technology systems.
In 1960, the late Robert Propst, the “Father of the Cubicle,” called the then modern office layout a “wasteland.” Propst eventually came to condemn the “cubicle-izing” of workers as “monolithic insanity.” He went to his grave hating what he created.
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by Lydia Snowden
No company ever seems to have the right amount of office space. Firms grow and shrink throughout the years for many reasons; however, they must contract for space over a set lease term of five, 15, or even 20 years. Typically this situation results in about 20 percent to 25 percent more space per worker than the stated goals of space planners. So firms with a goal of 200 square feet per worker will likely end up closer to 250 sf per worker.
by Norman G. Miller and Roger J. Brown, CCIM
Wireless carriers and tower companies own or manage cell towers on land leased from various property owners across the country. Property owners collect ancillary lease income, the amount of which depends on tower location, local population density, and nearby traffic counts, among other things.
by James Kennedy
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Dunwoody Springs Office Centre
Office Space: 1,984 SF
Sub-Market: Perimeter Central
Address: 6160-A Peachtree Dunwoody Rd.
Company: National Treasury Employees Union
Size: 5,000 RSF
Term: 10 Years
Location: 3475 Lenox Rd., Atlanta, GA 30326