In this episode of Talking Design, we’re talking about how working with a designer can help commercial real estate brokers close more deals.
When building out tenant improvement projects in an office building, we tend to see competing interests between the building owner and the tenant.
New changes to how the Met Council makes Sewer Availability (SAC) determinations will alleviate headaches for property owners, while reducing wait times.
As any sales and marketing expert worth their salt will tell you, to attract customers, you have to know what they’re thinking. In commercial real estate, location remains king. But you can’t move your building, so what else matters to your prospective tenants? How can you create property marketing that will draw their attention?
Steve Jobs famously said that design is “not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” I was reminded of that quote recently when faced with a sticky tenant improvement challenge in an office build-out. The big challenge was that the current classification of the building would make it prohibitively…