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Millennials and Gen-Z: Office Design that can Meet them in the Middle

The Multigenerational Workplace Challenge Millennials and Gen-X run most of today’s businesses. Now, these generational powerhouses are joined by Gen-Z, the youngest members of the workforce. Millennials and Gen-Z have some similar ideals and visions for the future. However, they have very different expectations when it comes to their workplace design. As technology advances at …

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Commercial Real Estate Building Classifications Part II

Building Classifications Part II: Explained BOMA’s CRE Building Classifications BOMA’s metropolitan base lists three Commercial Real Estate Building Classifications. In order to compare properties across international markets, landlords and property investors typically use a separate international base. However, the metropolitan base is used within a single office market. It is what our clients, strictly tenants, …

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Millennial employees in the Workplace

The Millennial and Gen Z Workplace Shift

Insights from a Millennial Professional Ready or not, the workforce is becoming more millennial. As of 2016, millennials make up the largest percentage of employees in the United States. Within the next 5 years, they are expected to make up 75% of the total working population. In addition, millennials are more educated and diverse than …

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Commercial Real Estate Building Classification Part I

CRE Building Classification Standards When looking for new locations, tenants may come across buildings touted as “Class A”. Landlords also advertise properties as having “Class A finishes.” To an inexperienced buyer or renter, the meaning of this class distinction is a mystery. “Class A” sounds like a good grade. It’s better than a “Class D” …

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