This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on May 19, 2017

5 Articles to Read this Weekend

Apple’s New Campus: An Exclusive Look Inside the Mothership
ON JUNE 7, 2011, a local businessman addressed a meeting of the Cupertino City Council. He had not been on the agenda, but his presence wasn’t a total surprise. Earlier in the year the man had expressed his intention to attend a meeting in order to propose a new series of buildings along the city’s northern border, but he hadn’t felt up to it at the time. He was, as all of them knew, in dire health… Wired

IBM, a Pioneer of Remote Work, Calls Workers Back to the Office
International Business Machines Corp. IBM +0.76% is giving thousands of its remote workers in the U.S. a choice this week: Abandon your home workspaces and relocate to a regional office—or leave the company… WSJ

WeWork courts corporate clients as big business embraces coworking
WeWork, the multinational coworking company, has made a name for itself as a haven for freelancers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses. But as the company expands its reach, now operating 140 locations in 44 cities spread across 15 countries, it’s increasing appealing to a different clientele: corporate America… Curbed

Technology is Helping Create Intelligent and Productive Workplaces
Technology is making the physical office environment more intelligent and responsive to company workflows. Today’s building owners and corporate occupiers have the ability to gather troves of information with sensors and The Internet of Things (IoT) that can help manage a building, right down to individual workspaces…

U.S. Top Office Metros Snapshot | Q1 2017
Some of the top U.S. office markets are seeing strong rents and solid demand while other markets are experiencing challenges, from rising vacancies to new supply impacting West Coast markets. While more than half of the 10 markets tracked in this report witnessed office rent growth in the first quarter, a slowdown in the rate of rent… The Tenant Advisor

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