Cushman & Wakefield
The Workforce is Returning Back to the Office. But How? Why?
Hybrid options remain popular and employees want socialization, says Cushman & Wakefield's Ryan Hoopes.
By Ryan Hoopes
Three Tips for Regulating the Cost of Property Management
Strategic timing and prioritization can help mitigate economic impacts on operations, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s Brett Williams.
By Brett Williams
The Need for Speed is Fueling Record Data Center Demand
Cushman & Wakefield's Ali Greenwood says there is a major supply-demand imbalance in the sector, with labor shortages and supply chain issues slowing delivery of new product to market.
By Ali Greenwood
Inside Look: PGA of America’s New Frisco HQ—and Its Multibillion-Dollar Impact
CEO Seth Waugh believes the new mixed-use campus will far outpace the Frisco EDC's predicted economic impact of $2.5 billion over 20 years.
Industrial Outdoor Storage Is Having A Moment
The alternative asset class is quickly gaining momentum in DFW, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s David Eseke.
By David Eseke
Real Estate Briefs
Law Firm O’Melveny & Myers Inks New Lease at Harwood No. 14
Plus: Four additional law firms lease space at Ross Tower; H-E-B continues its expansion into North Texas with new location in Allen; and more.
By Carla McCanna
Kicking off a Real Estate Project Post-Pandemic
Extended lead times, permit delays, labor shortages, and elevated material and labor costs are just a few things to consider, according to Cushman & Wakefield's April Desabrais.
By April Desabrais
From the Battlefield to the Boardroom
How the military careers of some of DFW’s most influential executives shape their leadership strategies.
Dave & Buster’s to Relocate Headquarters From Dallas to Coppell
Plus: CBRE brokers deal for new 500,000-square-foot plant, GREA sells six apartment communities, Weitzman inks new space for Ascension Coffee, and more.
By Taysha Billinger
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Hires New COO
Plus, McKool Smith promotes principal, CollateralEdge hires new VP, and more.