Referrals: The New Workplace, Gen Y, CRE Fundamentals, SEC & The Office Market

by CoyDavidson on July 6, 2011

Links to Corporate Real Estate stories around the web.

The New Workplace
It’s no secret that most of us spend the majority of our time at work. What is lesser known is our workplace environment is experiencing a significant shift… read more at wm canvas

Integrating Generation Y into the Workplace
It is true that most Millennials want to stroll into work in jeans with our iPods around noon and still be a CEO by Friday. This doesn’t settle well with the Generation X and Baby Boomer upper-management crowd that’s used to a safety net of four-walled offices and business suits… read more at Workplace Design Magazine

The CRE Recovery Continues
Commercial real estate (CRE) fundamentals continued to strengthen in the second quarter of 2011, albeit at a much more moderate pace than the end of last year… read more at CoStar Group

SEC Leasing Flap Intensifies
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s watchdog, in a House hearing Wednesday, said the Justice Department is weighing whether to pursue a criminal investigation into alleged misconduct by SEC employees who negotiated a huge lease for additional office space last summer… read more at WSJ.com

Employers Are Occupying More Space, but at a Slower Pace
In a sign the economic recovery’s recent stumbles may be spilling over into the real-estate market, employers took on less office space during the second quarter than earlier in the year… read more at WSJ.com

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