Monthly Archives: December 2013

Four Surprising Facts About Workplace Productivity

The average American spends at least one third of their time at work–that’s 40 hours per week. How much of that time is wasted on navigating poor workplace layouts, seeking inspiration for a project or finding the right equipment for a job. A recent online article by the Arts Institute explains just how important and effective… Read More »

Improving Workplace Efficiency in Your Office Space

Feng shui, the ancient art and science that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space, is a term that’s probably been thrown around your office at one time or another. Finding the harmony and making your office workspace more efficient has, in fact, landed on the agendas on many office managers. The… Read More »

Office Space: Details to Inspect Before Signing a New Lease

According to the CoStar Group, companies are trending toward the renting of smaller office spaces and that the average space per employee has decreased from 250 square feet to 195 square feet. Office efficiency appears to be driving the downward space trend, so if you’re in the market for a new office space, make sure… Read More »

5 Tips for Achieving a Smooth Office Hoteling System Set-Up

Are you interested in finding out how to create an Agile Workplace and how to set-up an office hoteling or desk sharing reservation  system ? Are you concerned about how to make it all work? If so, you may want to read our five tips for putting an office hoteling system in place: #1: Company-wide… Read More »

Chicago Office Space Market Update

Perched on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, Chicago, nicknamed The Windy City, is home to nearly three million residents, making it the third most populous city in the U.S.  Chicago started as a trading post and later was incorporated as a city in 1837.  In 1871, The Great Fire claimed the city, due in… Read More »

Office Space Planning: What Your Space Says About Your Company

Your office space planning & design reveals a lot about your company–to both employees and customers. While connecting floors with a giant slide like Google may not be affordable or functional for your group, chances are you could use an upgrade. Excite your team with a new and improved design in your office space planning!… Read More »

Miami Office Space Market Conditions

Nicknamed the “Capital of Latin America”, Miami is the second largest city in the United  States with a Spanish-speaking majority.  During the rise of Fidel Castro in Cuba (1959), many Cubans sought refuge in Miami, increasing the population.  Miami’s metropolitan population grew from one thousand to nearly five and a half million in the years… Read More »

Assessing Your Office Space Needs Before You Rent Office Space

Close your eyes and picture your dream office space. Does it include wide open spaces, windows with a view, large, private offices with doors? What about a spacious, comfortable waiting room? According to a study done by the University of San Diego, the United States uses more office space per worker than any other country.… Read More »