As areas stabilize from the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home restrictions are lifted, organizations will begin to bring workers back into the physical workplace. It’s already begun in some parts of the world. In fact, as of April 2020, we have helped move our own employees, and those of our clients, back into more than 800 million square feet of properties globally.
While none of us possess a crystal ball that will provide us these answers with complete certainty, we do know this: sooner or later, offices will reopen and employees will return to work. And when that happens, it is critical that we don’t immediately go back to “the way things were.”
In Cushman & Wakefield | Property Concepts Commercial we are available to answer all your questions regarding the opportunity zone properties that we have available. Make sure you visit our “properties” page to find more about the different commercial spaces that we offer. Not a fan of writing an email? give us a call at 787-977-7373 we are here to help you find the ideal location for your business.
So you’re considering making a business move to Puerto Rico but still on the fence? Moving to Puerto Rico is undoubtedly a decision that requires much thought. There’s more to doing business in Puerto Rico than Act 20 and Act 22 tax incentives. Here are some top benefits of living and doing business in Puerto Rico:
Conserving energy has many business benefits that can make your office run more smoothly and bring in profits. If you’re considering implementing energy-efficient practices in your workplace, you might be looking for some specific reasons to make the switch. To give you confidence and change your business for the better, let’s look at five benefits of an energy-efficient office.
Office buildings are generally classified into one of three categories: Class A, Class B, or Class C. Standards vary by market, and each category is defined in relation to its counterparts. Building classification allows a user to differentiate buildings and rationalize market data — that said, classification is an art, not a science. While a definitive formula for each class does not exist, the general characteristics are as follows: