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Commercial Real Estate’s United Drive Towards Building Decarbonization

Even on a small scale, the notion of eradicating anything in its entirety is nothing short of overwhelming. Removing all

Barbra Murray By Barbra Murray

Unaffordable Housing Is a Threat to the Property Industry

In the most simple economic terms, property owners benefit from scarcity. The omnipotent supply/demand function of more people and fewer

Franco Faraudo By Franco Faraudo

Office-to-Residential Conversions Are Not the Magic Bullet Many Think They Are

Just a few years ago, office buildings were bustling hubs of activity. The symphonic medley of keyboard clacking, paper shuffling,

Emily Gallagher By Emily Gallagher

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Improving Accessibility in the Workplace Through Inclusive Design Principles

Over the past couple of decades, businesses have increasingly prioritized diversity, equality, and inclusion, which has greatly improved their ability to cater to diverse populations.

By Holly Dutton

How Mobile Phones are Changing the Way We Use Buildings

“I forgot my badge.” Whether you are a recovering office worker or are back in the office part or full-time, you know the nagging annoyance

By Propmodo Studio

Buildings Are Connecting to the Tools That Workers Use Everyday

The last thing that most people want is another work application on their phone. The average workplace has 88 applications that employees have to use,

By Propmodo Studio

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 be equally ineffective in getting people back to the office, even for part

By Courtney Porcella

Occupancy Data Shapes a New Roadmap for Office Reinvention

Recent headlines about some of the biggest names in commercial real estate defaulting on loans and pausing nine-figure flagship development projects prove that landlords have

Opening the Doors: Measuring the Return to the Office

U. S. offices hit a notable milestone in January as the never-ending return to work saga continues: for the first time since 2019, weekly average

By Courtney Porcella

The Expanding Universe of Real Estate Data

Data has made its way into almost every aspect of our lives, and real estate has not gone untouched. Whether it’s negotiating a lease or

By Kirk Silas

Collecting All Real Estate Data in One Search

Most real estate firms today find themselves dealing with massive amounts of data. Between tenant leases, property management records, historical building data, and local economic

By Propmodo Studio
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