Tag Archives: Workspace

For law firms, cutting-edge design is all about flexibility

0 CommentsBy

One of the most commonplace phrases of the past decade is “cutting edge.” The question “What is cutting-edge design?” is posed by many in the legal community struggling with how to improve their real estate strategies in this post-recession economy. Space is at a premium and clients are demanding more for less. Just as corporate America struggles to improve its bottom line, so are legal firms grappling with how to adapt their business and real estate strategies… Read More

Office Space Constraints and Efficiency Draw Law Firms to Surprising New Locations [VIDEO]

0 CommentsBy
JLL report reveals legal industry’s creative real estate strategies to prepare for the future      

Despite the AmLaw 100’s revenue reaching a record $81 billion in 2014, law firms are focusing on efficiency to define their office layouts and locations. The legal sector is using creative space, development and real estate strategies to assure that today’s offices remain practical for the future, according to a new report by JLL.

Read More

Verizon to Occupy More than 50 Percent of Enclave Sorrento

0 CommentsBy
110,000-square-foot lease for technology campus recently transformed into Class A office

Fortune 15-ranked power house Verizon, has secured 110,000 square feet of office space at Enclave Sorrento, a technology campus that recently underwent major renovation by California-based McCarthy Cook with New York- and London-based partner AllianceBernstein.*

The lease, negotiated by JLL’s Managing Director Chad Urie, Managing Director Tony Russell and Senior Vice President Tim Olson, brings the two-building, 213,000-square foot campus,… Read More

Why Hire a Project Manager?

0 CommentsBy

It all comes down to expertise, focus and time

There’s no question about it, construction projects are risky, costly and time-consuming. And the more complex a project is, the more potential there is for issues to arise, including scope creep, budget overruns and schedule delays.

Unless, of course, you have a good Project Manager (PM) at the helm.

A good PM will lead and help integrate all elements of a building project—from planning to… Read More