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Honey, they shrunk my office! Our workspaces since 2010 are considerably smaller

August 14, 2018 |

If it seems like your office is getting smaller and smaller, well, you’d be right.

During the last seven years the average office space per worker around the country has gotten as tight as last year’s swimsuit.

Back in 2010, … Read More

Metropolis Magazine’s 10 ‘Buzzing’ Design Cities of 2018

August 13, 2018 |

For our annual cities listings, Metropolis took a novel approach to avoid the typical ranking: We surveyed 80 leading architecture and design professionals, asking them to nominate places in three categories—design powerhouses, buzzing cultural hubs, and cities that inspire or … Read More

A Look at Downtown Detroit’s 10 Tallest Buildings

August 10, 2018 |

The Hudson’s site on Woodward Avenue is expected to be Detroit’s tallest building: about 800 feet.

So, before that goes up, we thought it would be interesting to see which are currently the tallest buildings downtown.

Someone who goes by … Read More

FRIEDMAN’S JAMES TUMEY SELLS CORKTOWN DEVELOPMENT SITE IN DETROIT, MI

August 7, 2018 |

Farmington Hills, Michigan (August 7, 2018) – Friedman Real Estate, one of the nation’s leading providers of commercial real estate services, recently sold a Corktown development site, one block from Michigan Central Train Station, located at 2019 Dalzell, 2075, 2081, … Read More

Record Supply Takes Its Toll in Detroit

August 6, 2018 |

The high number of multifamily units completed in 2017 moderated rent growth, which nevertheless continues to outpace the national average.

Detroit is moving forward with its transformation into a modern hub for mobility businesses and tech startups, despite a general … Read More

How Healthy Is Your Office?

August 2, 2018 |

For decades, many developers and architects worked to ensure that their buildings were kind to the planet. Now, their focus is on the effect that buildings have on the people who work in them.

Studies show that healthy workers tend … Read More

Multifamily Housing Construction Starts Up Nine-Percent in June According to Recent Dodge Report

August 2, 2018 |

New construction starts in June climbed 11% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $896.3 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. The increase marked the second double-digit gain in a row, following the 15% hike that was reported for … Read More

The Link Between Office Amenities and Office Morale

July 25, 2018 |

There’s a big difference between needing to show up for work and actually wanting to show up for work. High living costs and ever-increasing professional demands are extending many workdays and sending stress levels off the charts. With three in … Read More