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This thorough report updates the Office Tenant and Buyer on Denver’s Office Market (not including the Boulder Office Market, which is separately broken out below) for the 1st Quarter ending March 31, 2020.
Here’s a comprehensive report that provides Industrial Tenants and Buyers with an update on the Flex and Warehouse segments of Denver’s Industrial Market (again not including the Boulder Industrial Market, which is separately shown below) for the 1st Quarter ending March 31, 2020.
This detailed report updates Office Tenants and Buyers on the conditions in Boulder’s Office Market for the 1st Quarter ending March 31, 2020. (Note: This report does not show any information about the Denver Office Market, which is available above.)
This extensive report provides Industrial Tenants and Buyers with an update on the status of the Industrial Market for Flex and Warehouse buildings in Boulder, Colorado, for the 1st Quarter ending March 31, 2020. (Note: It does not include any information about the Denver Industrial Market, which you can find above.)
This detailed report updates Office Tenants and Buyers with a look at current market conditions in Austin/Round Rock’s Office Market for the 1st Quarter ending on March 31, 2020.
Industrial Tenants and Buyers in Austin/Round Rock can quickly get up to speed on the latest market conditions for Flex and Warehouse properties through the 1st Quarter ending on March 31, 2020.
Here’s a report that provides Office Occupiers with a complete update on the National USA Office Market for the 1st Quarter that ended March 31, 2020.
Not so fast, Boss: As COVID-19 cases spike in Texas,
more delay their return to the office
A reason for caution: 1 in 4 workers is vulnerable to severe illness, including 7,000,000 Texans.
By Michael Schnurman – Dallas Morning News
Now surging in Texas, COVID-19 is interrupting our plans again, prompting many businesses to slow their return to a new normal.
A month after Texas announced Phase 2 of reopening the economy and a few weeks after starting Phase 3, the state’s number of COVID-19 cases has climbed steadily to over 100,000. Hospitalizations are hitting new highs, too, and that metric can’t be attributed to simply conducting more tests.
These trends, combined with other risks, have many employers reworking their timelines for bringing workers back to the office.
“One says they are staying home longer because their younger employees have been going out to bars,” said Angela Farley, Chief Operating Officer for the Dallas Regional Chamber. That executive “didn’t want her older workers interacting with them, so they’re staying home until the case count comes down.”