Coworking companies capture more space, imaginations

The last few years have seen an explosion in the office-share or coworking market, with office-share/coworking companies big and small leasing millions of square feet of office space across the country. And, by many accounts from industry insiders, there is much more coworking to come. Given the dramatic increase in office share and its potential to recast a large portion of the office sector of the commercial real estate market, it is worth taking a few minutes to review the office-share/coworking phenomenon and its potential ramifications for building owners and landlords as well as the office market.


September 1, 2019

It’s Time for a New Workplace Narrative: Moving Past Open Versus Closed Spaces

Today’s organizations are challenged with creating work environments for employees that stretch over five generations, that attract and retain the best talent and, above all, provide a great experience at work. The debate around workplace environments continues to generate significant attention.

Building Dialogue

July 14, 2019

Flexible workspaces are no longer a future concept

There’s no question that coworking and other flexible office solutions are fundamentally changing global commercial real estate markets. The phenomenon’s footprint has exploded fivefold since its earliest days


June 17, 2019

Firmspace plants coworking flag in Denver

Firmspace, a luxury coworking suite concept, with little fanfare planted it Denver flag on the entire 16th floor at the Class A office tower at 1401 Lawrence St. “We opened in June without any premarketing or preleasing,” said Kristin Kirk, the hospitality director for Austin, Texas-based Firmspace. Firmspace picked Denver as its first city outside of…

John Rebchook

November 8, 2018

Coworking: Coming to a center near you?

With an estimated 43 percent of the U.S. labor force working remotely at least some of the time and the sharing economy in full swing, it seems that shared office space is the next major opportunity in real estate. In fact,


November 5, 2018