Economic Uncertainty a Rising Concern for CRE Execs, According to CBRE

TIERNEY PLUMB | April 5, 2017

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While top talent is still the biggest challenge for corporate occupiers today, a new CBRE survey reveals that concerns about economic uncertainty are on the rise. The study asked 176 corporate real estate executives to spill their top to-do lists, and their resounding plans include enhancing the workplace experience for employees—via amenities and services and fostering a healthy environment—while carefully managing their portfolios in light of troubling times on the horizon. VTS asked Julie Whelan, CBRE’s Americas head of occupier research, to break down each of their priorities.

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