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Headquarters Optimized

A blog from the team at HqO with resources designed to help landlords optimize their property and create a workspace that tenants will love.

Zach Driscoll

Zach Driscoll is the Customer Acquisition Manager at HqO.

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The Tenant Experience Space: A Quick Overview

on Aug 10, 2018 10:30:32 AM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments |
Technology in commercial real estate and, more specifically, commercial office buildings has been making its presence felt for decades. That is, of course, if you owned, managed, or leased these properties.
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How Mobile Technology Can Support Your Building's Amenities Program

on Jul 19, 2018 5:15:26 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience
A recent study from Colliers International recommends that commercial office owners should, as a baseline, allocate approximately 10% of their rentable square footage to amenities. For those who are trying to attract highly south-after tenants, they should reserve 12% or more.
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An App For Your Building: HqO vs. Hiring A Development Shop

on Jun 4, 2018 6:55:33 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | PropTech & CRE Trends Tenant Experience
As demand for office amenities and improved workplace experiences continues to increase, property owners and managers have been forced to dedicate more and more of their portfolio’s space to amenities.
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MIT World Real Estate Forum: Our Top 3 Takeaways

on May 23, 2018 3:41:49 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | PropTech & CRE Trends Tenant Experience
Monday and Tuesday of this week, The MIT Center for Real Estate held it’s annual “World Real Estate Forum” at the MIT Media Lab in Kendall Square.
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The Building Launch Playbook: HqO At The Innovation & Design Building

on May 17, 2018 11:10:48 AM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience HqO News
  It has been an exciting couple of months for us here at HqO. And as we sat down for our all company, monthly recap meeting last Friday, one thing in particular has us all buzzing: the data from our launch with Jamestown at the Innovation & Design Building.
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The 3 Pillars of Tenant Experience

on Apr 18, 2018 5:15:41 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience
The rise of technology within the commercial real estate sector has been well documented on this blog and all over relevant publications. Just follow the money: funding in the real estate technology sector swelled to roughly $12.6 billion in 2017 - triple the $4.2 billion figure from 2016.
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Attracting TAMI Tenants

on Apr 5, 2018 3:45:29 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience
If you compare the list of Fortune 500 companies in 1955 to the list of Fortune 500 companies today, you'll find that only 12% of the list has survived the past 60 or so years.
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How Technology Is Transforming Commercial Real Estate Office Space eBook

on Feb 19, 2018 6:26:48 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | PropTech & CRE Trends
In 2017, the real estate technology sector raised over $5 billion in funding – more than 150 times than what was raised in 2010. Once a sector largely overlooked by investors, two out of the three most valuable private companies in the United States, WeWork & Airbnb, are products of a booming RE tech space. To understand how technology is affecting the CRE world today, we put together an extensive eBook that dives into the major technology categories emerging in CRE. Click the button below to download:
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CRE Myopia - The Tenant Experience Business

on Feb 11, 2018 7:13:15 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience
   Theodore Levitt’s “Marketing Myopia” is one of The Harvard Business Review’s best selling articles of all time. There were 35,000 reprints from 1,000 different companies the year after it was first released, and it has been featured in 850,000 reprints over the past 50 years.
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The Connected Tenant: Boston's Top Office Spaces

on Feb 2, 2018 12:24:04 PM By | Zach Driscoll | 0 Comments | Tenant Experience
  There is no denying it: Boston office space is a hot commodity these days. The market wide vacancy in the city is at 10.8%, with Cambridge at 2.4%, and North & South stations below 5%.
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