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  • North Carolina Named No. 3 State for Business
    By Joshua Chiles, Research Analyst CNBC has ranked North Carolina the No. 3 state for business in its annual America’s Top States for Business study. Conducted each year since 2007, the study ranks all 50 states based on 60 metrics in 10 categories, including Workforce, Economy, Quality of Life and… Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Named Best Place to Work For Fifth Year in a Row
    Cushman & Wakefield’s Raleigh-Durham office has been named a Best Place to Work by the Triangle Business Journal for the fifth year in a row. Only 50 companies in the Triangle region were selected for this honor based on an employee survey process conducted by Quantum Workplace. Once nominated, each… Read more »
  • High Growth in Triangle CBD Fueling Food Hall Trend
    By: David C. Smith, Vice President, Americas Head of Occupier Research, and Joshua Chiles, Raleigh Research Analyst The national food hall trend is in full swing. By the end of 2020 the U.S. is expected to have approximately 450 food halls in operation, which is a nearly fourfold increase from… Read more »
  • Five Fast Facts: Raleigh-Durham Industrial Market Q1 2019
    In Q1, the Triangle warehouse market posted solid absorption levels for the second consecutive quarter while vacancy declined to historical levels. First quarter absorption totaled 246,292 square feet (sf) and was slightly higher than the five-year quarterly average of 231,313 sf. Overall vacancy declined to a historical low of 7.1%… Read more »
  • Raleigh-Durham Office Celebrates Pride Month and Juneteenth
    Cushman & Wakefield’s Raleigh-Durham office recently held an event focused on the LGBTQ+ community for Pride Month and Juneteenth. The event offered employees the opportunity to network and discuss a series of postcards provided before the event with facts dedicated to the two celebrations. LGBTQ+ Pride Month is celebrated each… Read more »
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