From signage to parking, many real estate issues will have a direct impact on your employees and customers. In these articles, we discuss how you can effectively use your office space.
A business sign in the office lobby can convey organization strength or be a sign of weakness. Here's what to think about when buying business signs.
Office buildout mistakes can turn your dream office into a nightmare. Here are some common buildout errors you'll want to avoid.
Beware of possible issues in coordination when you are buying systems furniture (cubicles etc) from a furniture vendor while working with an architect to build out the rest of your Tenant improvements.
As your venture grows, you may find yourself leasing larger and larger spaces. When the time comes that you need your own space, you may want to consider a build-to-suit option.
Who pays for office buildout? There's no universal rule but we offer some great tips to get the landlord to pay for your buildout.
When negotiating for space, donít forget to negotiate for proper signage for your office and retail location.
Small office spaces don't need to feel cramped and crowded. Here some tips for making the most of a small office.
In order to protect your business, you need to have secure office space. Here are a few things to think about when you are deciding what kind of security system to use for your space.
Believe it or not, laying out your new office space, and figuring out how much space you really need, can be one of the hardest tasks you deal with when moving. Read here to find out how to ease those moving pains.
If you want your new office space to appeal to employees of all ages, you need to build in some of these amenities if possible.
Three considerations in leasing office space that go together are: location, access, and traffic patterns. Hereís why.
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