In 2014, after years of business travel across the country and the world, Julie Kimble had a dream to come back home and apply her many years in the industry to benefit companies in the Twin Cities area. Today, we celebrate 5 years in business with a look back at key milestones and a look to our future success.
What is the difference between residential and commercial representation? While the two have some similarities that keep them related, the differences are so vast that they rarely cross paths. The client perspective highlights some of the similarities and differences between the two. Learn the differences and key players, here.
When done right, an activity-based workplace can improve your employees’ quality of life professionally, socially and physically—increasing productivity and your company’s bottom line. Learn why activity-based workplaces are on the rise and how you can effectively set this type of environment up for your team.
Project management is a critical part of the commercial real estate and development project process. Choosing an expert project manager can be quite the task. What traits should you look for? What do your core values and company culture have to do with the process? Read on to learn how to select the right project manager for your commercial real estate needs.
There can be many challenges when working across the globe—language barriers, time zone differences, currency types and differences in working hours or holidays—but it’s worth it to expand horizons and collaborate with different people around the world. If you find yourself moving into a global business atmosphere, here are some tips we’ve learned along the way.
In addition to how a new building fits your company's needs, there are critical environmental factors to review pertinent to the land or building you may be considering. We’ve broken down the initial process associated with due diligence when assessing a property’s environmental condition as a general guide when making your next big commercial property decision.
Choosing a new workplace is an important decision and one that will greatly affect your current and future employees. After all, the average American is estimated to spend 90,000 hours at work over the course of their life and more than 100 hours yearly commuting there. Because of this, employers must make sure the design, location and amenities of a new office align well with the company brand and strategic future vision.