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19th
September
2006
Tech Firms' Diminishing Space Standards

A prime lesson learned from the “Web 1.0” market corrections of the early part of this decade is that the governance boards of Venture Capital-backed technology firms no longer wish to see a large portion of their early stage investment money go towards non-core expenditures (think traditional brick-and-mortar real estate in the form of lavishly appointed offices with long-term lease obligations.)

13th
September
2006
Why the German-American Chamber of Commerce is Locating in Downtown Manhattan

Recently, the New York City chapter of the German American Chamber of Commerce moved its headquarters from Midtown to Downtown Manhattan. A key driver in the relocation was the continued cost pressures of maintaining a Midtown office.

13th
September
2006
Aer Lingus

Driven by a client’s desire to support its investments in the new technology needed to better serve its customers while providing an optimum work environment for its staff, CRESA Partners has succeeded in finding and negotiating long-term office space for Aer Lingus with the technological capabilities the international carrier needed.

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