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  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Summer Interns are ‘What’s Next’ in Commercial Real Estate
    By Meg Costa Cushman & Wakefield is widely known in the commercial real estate industry for being at the forefront of “What’s Next.” It’s not just an eye-catching slogan: It points to our position as market experts, technology leaders and forward-thinkers. And, every summer, the spirit of “What’s Next” is… Read more »
  • Uptown vs. Downtown: Comparing Two of Dallas’ Top Live-Work-Play Areas
      By Robbie Baty Dallas’ Downtown and Uptown office markets are evolving at a rapid pace. As tenant advisors, my team and I find that many tenants who are considering renewing or relocating their office leases are surprised by the increased prices in the area. Of course, Downtown and Uptown… Read more »
  • 5 Fast Facts: A Thriving Economy Helps Sustain DFW Office Momentum
    by Meg Costa The office market in Dallas-Fort Worth maintained positive momentum through the first half of 2019, thanks in part to strong population and job growth. But what other factors are at play? Here, we count down the top 5 Fast Facts for the local office sector in Q2.… Read more »
  • 5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Fundamentals Remain Strong
    by Meg Costa DFW’s industrial market maintained strong positive momentum through the first half of 2019. Take a look at the top 5 Fast Facts that drove the industrial segment in Q2.   The post 5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Fundamentals Remain Strong appeared first on Cushman & Wakefield Blog. Read more »
  • Subleasing Commercial Real Estate: What are the Options?
    By Mark Becker Commercial real estate is a very dynamic industry. Businesses themselves are always changing, which impacts the buildings they occupy. Every year, several of my clients will realize that their space is no longer functional for their needs. Let’s say your company has just completed a reorganization, recently… Read more »
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