Courtney Porcella

Courtney started working in proptech in 2015 and hasn’t looked back since. She is a contributing writer on the Propmodo team, covering smart cities, smart buildings, and startups. After stints on the executive teams at AwareManager and coUrbanize, Courtney has shifted her focus to elevating other startups through storytelling and brand development. A proud YIMBY, you’ll often see her sharing stories about the importance of affordable housing.
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Utilize or Die: Workplaces Adapt to the New Needs of the Office

After two plus years of trying, HR-driven policies and incentives seem to…

Occupancy Data Shapes a New Roadmap for Office Reinvention

Recent headlines about some of the biggest names in commercial real estate…

Opening the Doors: Measuring the Return to the Office

U. S. offices hit a notable milestone in January as the never-ending…

Buildings Get Personal to Spur the Return to the Office

How many times a day do you click “accept all cookies” without…

Making Office Buildings Feel More Like Destinations

Office buildings have never really felt the pressure of needing to be…

It’s Time for Office Buildings to Diversify

Commercial real estate has always been an easy bet for investors. Performance…

How Buildings Are Using AI To Lower Energy Bills and Emissions 

The most obvious way to cut energy costs, lowering consumption, isn’t as…

Inside the Fight to Define a Carbon Zero Building

If you google “carbon zero buildings,” you won’t find many examples of…

The Complicated Calculation Behind a Building’s Carbon Reduction

Most real estate portfolios have committed to reducing their carbon emissions, however,…

When It Comes to Carbon Zero Buildings, the Proof Is In the Reporting

Most of my conversations about carbon zero buildings start with the same…

There is a New Developer in Town, the Community

Recent headlines about the challenges of real estate development revolve around rising…

Battle for Parking Unites Developers and Affordable Housing Activists

Last November, Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeals made a decision that brought…