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Aligning Real Estate with Business Objectives

Density, consolidation, sustainability, collaborative workspaces, outsourcing, global portfolio management – everything is on the table as business responds to change, and looks to its real estate as a leading force in meeting long-term competitive business objectives.

Companies that tie real estate solutions across single or multiple locations into top business priorities are experiencing both increased productivity and bottom-line financial results.

Managing Change

Rapid global change is being driven by a multitude of factors that are altering the way business is done.

Trophy Acquisition

When Cushman & Wakefield acquired Cousins Property Service in the fall of 2012, we acquired a property management portfolio of high-profile properties.

Managing Change


Trophy Acquisition
Winning Occupancy Strategies


Streamlining
Leading companies are taking steps to centralize or streamline CRE functions.


Decentralizing Functions
Advanced technology offers some occupiers the ability to move certain functions to less expensive non-central submarkets.


Weighing Priorities
An effective real estate strategy must take into account long-term business growth or contraction and office relocation contingencies.

Winning Occupancy Strategies
Case Studies







Gaining CRE Strategic Results

Corporations are under pressure to operate better, faster, and more efficiently. As a partner to the enterprise, corporate real estate must support rapid change.

Below are five steps needed to develop the right CRE organizational structure to meet the changing corporate environment head-on:


STEP 1: Understand the Portfolio
To offer strategic value to the business, the CRE gains a comprehensive understanding the portfolio.

Gaining CRE Strategic Results

Below are five steps needed to develop the right CRE organizational structure to meet the changing corporate environment head-on:

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