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  • Evolution of a Startup: From Co-working to Campus
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    By: Theo Slagle, Director, Tenant Advisory Group Washington DC’s tech scene is finally making a name for itself in the larger tech conversation. The region’s startup ecosystem has grown at a rapid pace over the past five years, and people are beginning to take notice. There has been a marked increase... Read more »
  • Navigating the Changes in the Non-Profit Sector and the Washington DC Real Estate Market
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    By: Jon C. Olmstead, Executive Managing Director, Tenant Advisory Group Over the past decade, there have been dramatic changes in overall business models and real estate decision making for the Non-Profit and Association sectors in Washington, DC. The fundamental drivers have evolved from “bricks & mortar” considerations of the past, to... Read more »
  • DC’s Transformation Into a Top Tech City
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    By: Theo Slagle, Director, Tenant Advisory Group In the past, when people thought of Washington DC, ‘tech’ or ‘startup’ were not the first words that came to mind. There is however a growing and vibrant tech economy in the region. Evidence of this development is documented in Cushman & Wakefield’s recently... Read more »
  • Does Size Matter When Seeking Real Estate Solutions That Support Your Nonprofit’s Mission? Not To Cushman & Wakefield.
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    By: Jon C. Olmstead, Executive Managing Director, Tenant Advisory Group For Washington D.C.-based nonprofits and associations, real estate is usually a huge ledger expense — second only to personnel. Finding ways to minimize this cost is even more critical for smaller nonprofits, which often operate with fewer resources and under greater... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Launches Inaugural ‘Tech Cities 1.0’ U.S. Report
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              Surprise Findings Put DC in Top 3 of Best Performing Tech Markets     WASHINGTON, DC, June 8, 2017 – Washington, DC has emerged as a top-three tech city center after San Jose (Silicon Valley) and San Francisco, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s inaugural “Tech Cities 1.0” national report launched today. “There is tremendous... Read more »
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