Welcome to the corporate headquarters of 2023?

While many companies including REI and Expedia are building new headquarters themed to their cultures and designed with amenities to lure employees, others such as insurer Allstate are taking a lower key tack. 

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Tech woes making an impact on corporate real estate

Uncertainty surrounding Twitter is now making an impact on its corporate real estate as tech layoffs continue. 

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Onsite renewables are a smart way to cut emissions and energy costs

From our Sustainability Thought Leader Partner, JLL

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Boingo Wireless To Open New Offices and Headquarters in Frisco, TX

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that Boingo Wireless, will create a new office in Frisco, TX, with plans for the location to become the company’s corporate headquarters. 

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An “Upcycled Building” Down Under

If you’ve ever wondered how to “upcycle” an office tower, that is completely renovate an existing skyscraper without demolishing it, take a look at this video.

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A Win for Jacksonville, Florida’s Economic Development


With a package of incentives, including $10.1 million in cash incentives, the city of Jacksonville, Florida has lured the North American headquarters of London-based global payment provider Paysafe Processing Solutions, according to the Jacksonville Daily Record.

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Global Pharmaceutical Giant Setting Up Headquarters in London

Global pharmaceutical firm GSK is creating a new corporate headquarters in downtown London, according to WRAL Techwire.

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Mind the Cultural Gap

Guest Post by Sarah Bolas, Director, HCG

Hybrid working has many touted advantages: work life balance, wellbeing, and productivity to name just a few. Organisations have wrestled with ‘office day’ weekly ratios, mandate or not dilemmas, and are grappling with what all of this means for attracting and retaining talent.

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Why fab plant construction requires a holistic strategy

From our Thought Leader Contributor, EY

Guest post by Adrienne Young, Corporate Real Estate (CRE) Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP; and Sara Lo, CRE Principal, Ernst & Young LLP (with consultation by Ronald Hofmeister, Transaction Strategy Principal, Ernst & Young LLP; and Brian Smith, Tax Principal, Ernst & Young LLP)

Amid ongoing supply-demand imbalances and rising geopolitical concerns, semiconductor companies are contemplating the establishment of new fabrication (fab) plants at strategic locations that can better meet the evolving needs of the market.

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Buildings are energy intensive – in the energy crisis, better efficiency is crucial

Companies can cut energy use while also supporting their sustainability goals amid the ongoing energy crisis

From our Sustainability Thought Leader Partner, JLL

As the global energy crisis intensifies, the public and private sectors face mounting challenges in securing reliable and affordable energy to keep real estate and infrastructure running as normal in the coming months.

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Finding Balance in a New Hybrid Reality

From our Content Contributor, ISS

By Morten Fisker, Chief Consultant, SIGNAL ISS

Remote work is here to stay 

Today’s employees cite reduced commutes, increased flexibility and improvement in work-life balance as the top advantages of working from home. Most prefer to continue working remote even after the pandemic ends. According to recent surveys from international consulting companies such as Deloitte, Gensler, Leesmann and SIGNAL ISS, which is this author’s workplace, employees would like an average of 2.5 remote workdays per week if they could decide themselves.

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PepsiCo To Lay Off Hundreds of Headquarters Employees

News broke this week that PepsiCo is laying off hundreds of corporate headquarters-level employees. 

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