I have written quite a bit about the numerous changes coming out of the pandemic with regards to how users are thinking about office space. Below my comments is a fine article from Fast Company, including this stat: There are 325 million people in the US and 500 million parking spaces. One change that office … Continue reading The Future of Office Space Parking
We continue to talk about the return to the office in this narrative because it’s at the forefront of our clients’ minds. The below report from Leesman polled real estate leaders on the state of the workplace following the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are a few takeaways I found most interesting: –Almost 40% are planning major changes … Continue reading What CEOs are Saying About the Office
I’m especially excited about this month’s Ten on One as it features my son, Charlie Coppola, Chief Operating Officer of CRE OneSource. Charlie gives us a ten-minute insight into running a SaaS CRE company that is in growth mode. Here are some key takeaways: –Hire people you trust. A great team is irreplaceable. –Culture starts with … Continue reading Ten on One – Running a Startup CRE Software Company with Charlie Coppola
Can you “hack” your office space? Or better yet, can it be adapted? Below is a thought-provoking article from Gensler that asks this very question. My short answer is….maybe. Why do I hedge? Because you need to have some fundamentals in place to make it worth the adaptation. Here are the top three fundamentals required … Continue reading Can Office Buildings Adapt
At the Coppola-Cheney Group, we have been waiting for workers to get back into the office since the start of COVID….and now here it is. Companies are making employees come back to the office to work. This isn’t a shock to us because we talk to owners, CEOs, and leaders every day. They want this. … Continue reading Shocker: Workers are Going Back to the Office?