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  • ASPIRE in Los Angeles Celebrates Cushman & Wakefield’s Second Annual Week of Giving
    For Cushman & Wakefield’s Second Annual Week of Giving, ASPIRE collaborated with CWFL, HOLA, UNITY, and WIN to collect more than 150 toys for donation to the following local organizations: A Place Called Home, a youth and community center that serves as a safe haven from the streets of South… Read more »
  • Saved by the Max Cafe, Scoops Ahoy, and More: Pop-Up Stores Explode Across Los Angeles
    Saved by the Max Cafe 2019 was truly the year that the pop-up store “popped out.” The reinvention of retail is still in its early phases, but what is happening with the pop-up trend is a near-perfect microcosm of where retail is going in the Age of Experience. Experiential concepts—from… Read more »
  • A Rapid Rise: Measuring the Growth of Coworking in Greater Los Angeles
    As the global coworking phenomenon continues to expand and impact the landscape of commercial real estate, flexible space offerings are growing and evolving to help meet occupiers needs. In recent years, the sector has seen significant growth across almost all major U.S. markets and tech cities, with an array of… Read more »
  • Asian American Perspectives in Commercial Real Estate
    As the firm launches ASPIRE, an employee resource group for Asian and Pacific Islander employees and allies at Cushman & Wakefield, we welcome three Korean American professionals to discuss their careers in commercial real estate. Los Angeles is home to one of the largest Asian communities in the world. According… Read more »
  • LA’s Arts District Named Among Top 20 Cool Streets Across the U.S. and Canada
    A new wave of urban, experiential and independent retail concepts catering to changing consumer demands has led to the rise of 100 “Cool Streets” across the U.S. and Canada. Cushman & Wakefield’s Cool Streets of North America report explores what’s driving the rise of the hottest retail districts across the… Read more »
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