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Lot Full – Downtown Austin’s Parking Shortage

As Austin’s downtown office market has grown by 1.2 million square feet since 2010, the parking supply has not been able to keep up with the needs of the city’s office tenants. While the new developments downtown have added to the city’s parking supply, office space trends focused on efficiency and increased density have made

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5 Clues You Need New Office Space

It can be difficult to recognize the signs that your business needs a new office space. Maybe it’s the fear of change or the discomfort of moving all files, equipment, and employees to a new location. Whatever the hesitation, the consequences of not moving to a better functioning space can be far worse than the

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The Retail #CREcosystem: Digital Awakening

The Dawn of Modern Retail #CREcosystem We’re continuing the digital dialogue among retail professionals about how technology is propelling the industry. The insightful responses we’ve received to date make one thing clear, connectivity is the foundation of nearly every modern day business. Organizations, including those in commercial real estate (CRE), are faced with heightened expectations produced

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Finding the Right Tenant Representation

Colliers in Austin is partnering with RealMassive to produce a blog series aimed at informing current and future tenants on the real estate search process and identifying ideal representation. While the process of sourcing, negotiating, and executing an office lease is often perceived as daunting, it is really quite simple when you recognize and understand

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The New #CREcosystem | Access

– Excerpt from The New #CREcosystem | Download the Full Report Here Long before the advent of smartphones, tablets, and cloud-based apps, CRE was a data-centric industry. In the words of Dr. J. Nathaniel Holland, Chief Research and Data Scientist for NAI Partners, “CRE has a rich history filled with data, but the industry is just

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How Building Class Impacts Office Rents

  Office buildings vary from block to block, city to city and year to year with ever-changing technologies. For this reason, a commercial real estate classification structure exists to differentiate the quality of office properties and to guide the rental prices landlords can charge for their office rents. The three classifications are A, B and

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