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Holly Dutton

Holly Dutton is a Brooklyn-based journalist who has reported on real estate for more than 10 years. A Texas native, she spent her early years in journalism covering local politics and photographing NBA basketball for publications including the Houston Chronicle. In her free time, Holly enjoys exploring New York City’s many parks with her husband and son.
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AstraZeneca’s Nature-Inspired Offices Aim to Lure Workers Back

Office landlords and tenants have tried what seems like everything to bring

Investor Home Purchases Dropped 45 Percent Since One Year Ago

The boom times of investor home purchasing seem to be a thing

Home Values Are Soaring in the Nation’s Fastest-Growing Cities 

The towns and cities that have grown the fastest over the last

Focusing on Women Is Crucial to the Return-to-Office Movement 

What will happen to the office? It’s the biggest question on the

Risk of Default Rising For More Than $1 Trillion in Commercial Real Estate Debt

A new report from Newmark has found that around $1.2 trillion in

The Changing Role of Office Janitorial Services Post-Pandemic

When workers began returning to offices as the pandemic began to ease,

Google Looking to Shed More Office Space in Silicon Valley

One of Silicon Valley’s biggest names is looking to offload office space.

Adobe’s New Tower Offers a Preview of the Future of Creative Office Space

Earlier this year, Adobe executives made two bold moves. Leaders at the

Florida Neighborhood Seen as Urban Tech Model by Developers

In one of the country’s fastest-growing cities, a massive and ultra-connected neighborhood

Public Lobbies Are the Next Big Office Amenity

In trying to lease space in a tough office market and lure

Survey Finds 80 Percent of Bosses Regret Earlier Return-to-Office Plans

A large majority of bosses wish they could turn back time when

Tenant Improvement Allowances Soar, as Landlords Scramble To Fill Space

Landlord concessions and tenant improvement allowances (TIAs) have been on the uptick