Office Space Designer Takes Over Tampa

November 19, 2012

The old Lerner shops in downtown Tampa are to get an office space makeover from Corporate Interiors, who will be taking over the building and making it their own.

The company specializes in creative design for office space and are not missing this opportunity to show what they’re made of.


HomeServe Expands into Stamford Offices

November 14, 2012

HomeServe USA has announced plans to hire 100 new staff over the next 2 years as they sublease more than 13,000 sq ft at 750 E. Main Street in Stamford.

Currently, the firm employs 100 staff members and has 18,000 sq ft on the 8th floor of the building. Now it will expanding into the 6th.


Non-Profit Seeks Downtown Memphis Office Space

November 10, 2012

The International Children’s Heart Foundation is eyeing up office space in Brinkley Plaza, Memphis, reports suggest.

It is believed the charity will be signing a 10 year lease for over 9,200 sq ft at 80 Monroe, downtown. The non-profit is in the process of applying for a $15,000 CCDC grant for the move.


Office Smoke Ban Leads to Fewer Heart Attacks

November 6, 2012

Workplace researchers in Minnesota believe that a recent fall in the number of heart attacks may be the result of the ban on smoking in the office.

The policy was implemented in 2007 and, 18 months later, cases dropped from 150.8 in every 100,000 to just 100.7.


Active Offices Get Workers Working Out

October 28, 2012

The fight for fitness has reached even the build of new offices as a new ‘Active Design’ craze has swept the nation.

Active Design is the architectural trend of adapting buildings meant for commercial use to make them friendlier to frenzied activity.


DC Office Space Affected by Political Climate

October 22, 2012

Office space in the Washington DC metropolitan area is reportedly being affected by political uncertainty in the run up to the next presidential election.

Third quarter data shared by Delta Associates and Transwestern has identified slower growth in the market on the run-up to a scheduled stop to Bush’s tax cuts.


Venture Capital Firm Opens Chicago Office

October 17, 2012

Venture capital firm, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), has identified Chicago as their next key base.

The company has established a Chicago office in a bid to improve their presence in the area, particularly in the technology sector.


New Office Building to Be Added to Downtown Miami

October 11, 2012

Miami is to see a new 12-storey office block built by Espacio USA, part of the larger Spanish development firm, Inmobiliaria Espacio.

The 650 foot office building will be located on the 1400 block of Biscayne Boulevard in the heart of downtown Miami.


Low Demand for Manhattan Office Space

October 4, 2012

Cushman & Wakefield’s office report for Q3 12 has identified low demand and flat rents in the office space market in Manhattan.

According to the real estate services organization, tenant leases were down 5.7m in the third quarter compared to the same data from 2011.


Chrysler Relocates to Downtown Detroit Office Space

September 24, 2012

Chrysler has established new office space at Chrysler House in Detroit, formerly the Dime Building.

70 staff members relocated today from the firm’s Great Lakes Business Center. Their new office is located in a 23-floor prime downtown building.


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