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Blog 2018-04-26T13:26:08+00:00

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  • Orange County Coworking Sector Taking Flight
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    By Bob Thagard, Executive Managing Director with contribution from Eric Kenas, Research Director, Greater Los Angeles/Orange County Cushman & Wakefield Coworking has become a new normal in that it has become an expected and preferred workplace of many of today’s workforce. Among today’s workforce, Millennials now make up the largest segment of workers in the United... Read more »
  • Boutique hotels are burgeoning in Downtown LA
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    By Kelli Snyder, Senior Associate at Cushman & Wakefield Freehand Los Angeles Downtown LA has recently seen a boom in new hotels, with more locations on the way. Already, three high-profile sites have been delivered, or are on track to deliver this year – the renovated Hotel Figueroa, the NoMad, and Proper... Read more »
  • CWFL and CREW Come Together for Special Social Event
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    By Ali Hawthorne, Senior Associate, Cushman & Wakefield CWFL 2018 Orange County Chapter Chair The Orange County chapter of Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) recently co-hosted an eventful happy hour with Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)-Orange County, one of the leading commercial real estate organizations for women in Orange County. CREW-OC is... Read more »
  • Coworking on the Rise in Suburban South Bay/Los Angeles
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    Authored by Tom Sheets, Executive Director, South Bay Contribution from Vincent Chang, Associate Market Director of Research, GLA Across Greater Los Angeles, from Downtown to Hollywood to Santa Monica to El Segundo/Beach Cities to Long Beach and more, coworking companies currently occupy or plan to occupy over 3.0 million square feet of... Read more »
  • Five Fast Facts – Q1 Market Overview, Greater Los Angeles
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    After ending 2017 with the highest annual rent growth since 2008, a 9.3% increase in the overall asking rate to $3.29 per square foot per month (psf/pm), rents across the region have begun to stabilize. In the first quarter there was a marginal increase in average rent rate to $3.32... Read more »
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